1970 mustand 302 v8

Asked by May 14, 2017 at 07:30 PM about the 1970 Ford Mustang Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

HAVE 1970 MUSTANG V8.  It has current to the ignition.  When I turn the key . . nothing?  No dash lights, just dead?  r I've replaced solenoid, starter, and battery . . What the deuce else could it be?

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26,565

all cables and grounds checked??? check the bulk head conector on the fire wall... ?

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69,475

Ignition switch?? HTH. -Jim

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10

Have you checked the fusible links? Burned fusible links will give anyone fits, and I've burned them out when replacing or removing a battery.

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17,885

Ignition switch or wiring leaving it.

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20

check power to fuse box first

20

check power to to red wire with blue chaser from solenoid if you have power clean tip make sure you have good contact

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