Hey all! Been a while since I've been in here. My daughter and I have spent the last (2) weeks replacing the carpet, stereo, etc etc in our '66 Mustang. Just so everyone knows, the original factory stereo had no wires going to it (power, ground, speakers, etc)... So after we got the new stereo installed (and all of the new wiring), we turned the key to the Acc position and, yeah, nothing. When you turn the car to on, stereo fires right up. Took my tester, and sure enough, there is no power coming out of the Acc fuse terminal when the key is turned to Acc. I know the ignition switch was replaced by the previous owner, so I am thinking maybe they didn't hook all the wires up right? I don't have a diagram or anything for the ignition switch (which I am sure I can find online), but I was wondering if there is anything else I need to be looking for? Perhaps some other sort of problem? The fuse isn't blowing or anything, so there isn't a short. That's why I am leaning towards the idea of the ignition not being wired quite right. However, if anyone has had any other sorts of problem with this, I would appreciate your input before I go chasing ghosts. Thanks!