Ez Wire Dash Harness Project

Discussion in '1979 - 1995 (Fox, SN95.0, & 2.3L) -General/Talk-' started by robert fugate, Aug 3, 2014.

  1. So I bought my 89 mustang when i was 16, 16 years ago. The dash harness had been hacked into previously b4 and I'm sure i did my fair share adding things here and there. Well the wire Is old and brittle, I have aftermarket gauges everywhere, Nitrous bottle heaters, just stuff everywhere. So I decide while my car is down. (Was vandalized 2 days after finishing my build with only 5 miles on the motorhttp://www.stangnet.com/mustang-forums/threads/finally-got-the-351-in-the-car.876161/#post-8809562 ) Having to repaint again, replace all the glass, and body work.

    Anyways I'm trying to prepare for this cause I want it to go as smooth as possible. I ordered the EZ 21 kit And plan to use all the factory Plugs. I know ordering a painless would have been the best way to go, but try to remember I just finished the project already and funds are tight. So trying to save some time of trying to solder on all the old Pins to the new wires is there a place to order new ones?

    I plan on using as much that came from factory as possible, Though I dont run a heater or AC. I will be using power locks,windows. If Time permits I will try to write a detailed thread on all of this for future members.
  2. See:

    See https://www.google.com/webhp?source...&gws_rd=ssl#q=Ford+wiring+pins+and+connectors for more help.

    YouTube how to do it...

    View: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iGGDPD4A4k

    AutoZone has a Ford wiring pin kit , but it's about $5 and doesn't have a lot of pins in it - just enough to make you mad when you run out of pins...

    Harbor Freight is running a sale on heat shrink hot air guns for $10. I have one and it does work good for heat shrinking tubing.

    How to solder see

    View: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9G9gaokqvM
    an excellent how to do it.
  3. Great I'll check it out.. Is that what its called "ford wiring pin kit" cause I've tried googling everything I could think of.
  4. That's a good place to start. All the links I gave should have the pins and crimper tool.
  5. @robert fugate just read the thread you provided a link for. That's messed up. Did you ever get closure on the situation with insurance or arresting the person responsible?
  6. Insurance company ended up paying. Not what its gonna take to fix the car or start over sadly. Person was never caught either.. :(
  7. Get yourself a manual for the car. Rewired my car last winter. Took a while but was worth it.