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Ford 3000 Instrument Panel Wiring

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02-27-2012 08:56:01

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Does anyone have photos like this for a Ford 3000 instrument panel?? These photos are of a 4610 series II. Copied from the archives. Wire color coding for a 3000 is different, and the panel is also different.

The following writeup is also from the archives, accompanying the above photos.

"The cluster is upside down in the photo of the back. The Purple and black wires go to the dash lights. All other hot wires are red with lt. blue stripe. The hot to the fuel and temp are daisy chained red wires. Ground is daisy chained black. Grn with blue or black stripe goes to fuel gauge. Solid Grn goes to temp gauge. There is a red with lt. blue stripe going to each of the warning lights. Oil gets a solid Lt. blue, Air gets a Dk. blue with yellow stripe, and Battery gets a Lt. blue with red stripe. Left to right from drivers seat the warning lights are Battery, Air, blank, Oil. Hope this helps."

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02-27-2012 15:07:19

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 Re: Ford 3000 Instrument Panel Wiring in reply to sixbales, 02-27-2012 08:56:01  
Then maybe this will give you what your looking for. If not ,let me know.

or here's a link to the same pic only full size,probably easier to see.

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02-27-2012 16:01:39

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 Re: Ford 3000 Instrument Panel Wiring in reply to CliffP, 02-27-2012 15:07:19  
Thanks Cliff,

I getting this info for a Brit who owns a 3000 made in the UK. I think this diagram should help him get it wired up right. Thanks again.

Ed Fulton

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02-27-2012 13:28:09

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 Re: Ford 3000 Instrument Panel Wiring in reply to sixbales, 02-27-2012 08:56:01  
What is the year Model is the 3000 that you need info for? Also what is the letter at the beginning of the serial number,should be A,B,or C?

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02-27-2012 14:23:50

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 Re: Ford 3000 Instrument Panel Wiring in reply to CliffP, 02-27-2012 13:28:09  
It"s a 1972 Ford 3000. B in front of serial number.

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