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67 Fairlane ignition switch removal

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64 Thunderbolt
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Location: Rocky Mount, Va
67 Fairlane ignition switch removal

Can someone post a discription & a diaghram of a 67 ignition switch & how to remove it?
I took the ignition switch out of my 67 last weekend & forgot what all wires go to it when I put it back in.

There's a socket that plugs into it that has a nut that goes in behind it. Then there's a plug in on the side that has a wire that goes to it.
There's also two other wires around that area that I can't remember if they go to it?
One has an eyelet on it & the other looks like it just gives shoved up on a terminal but I can't remember if they go to it?

ANY help would be appreciated!
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Post Wed Apr 17, 2013 5:56 pm 
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GerryProctor
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PM your email address and I'll send you the schematic for the ignition switch circuit.

Post Sat Apr 27, 2013 8:32 am 
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Scott66gta
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schematic

http://www.mysporttrac.com/~library/10157/66fairlanewiring.pdf

it's for a 66, but their the same except for the hazards

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64 Thunderbolt
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Thanks for the help!
Got her going!
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