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I took my wire harrness apart and didn't mark wich injector went were does can anyne give the wire color that goes to each corrisponding injector!
 

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Color Coding is as follows:
Red wire from splice 112 to all injectors (common hot wire to each)
Cylinder # 1: T (tan)
Cylinder # 2: W (white)
Cylinder # 3: Br/Y (brown/yellow)
Cylinder # 4: Br/LB (brown/light blue)
Cylinder # 5: T/Bk (tan/black)
Cylinder # 6: LG/O (light green/orange)
Cylinder # 7: T/R (tan/red)
Cylinder # 8: LB (light blue)
 

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Color Coding is as follows:
Red wire from splice 112 to all injectors (common hot wire to each)
Cylinder # 1: T (tan)
Cylinder # 2: W (white)
Cylinder # 3: Br/Y (brown/yellow)
Cylinder # 4: Br/LB (brown/light blue)
Cylinder # 5: T/Bk (tan/black)
Cylinder # 6: LG/O (light green/orange)
Cylinder # 7: T/R (tan/red)
Cylinder # 8: LB (light blue)
Thanks and thats for a 95?
 

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I thought you are after the blinker wiring for a 1956 Studebaker :tongue:
Ford has been pretty good about being consistent with their wiring for many engine parts like injectors. Those colors are good for all years.
 

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I thought you are after the blinker wiring for a 1956 Studebaker :tongue:
Ford has been pretty good about being consistent with their wiring for many engine parts like injectors. Those colors are good for all years.
didnt Studebaker use a blinker reservoir for the fluid instead of wiring in '56?
 

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I thought you are after the blinker wiring for a 1956 Studebaker :tongue:
Ford has been pretty good about being consistent with their wiring for many engine parts like injectors. Those colors are good for all years.

didnt Studebaker use a blinker reservoir for the fluid instead of wiring in '56?
Good one guys! LOL!! Thanks for the Info!!
 

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so blinker fluid really does exist!
Yeah, but it's a valuable Antique, extremely valuable.

I just happen to have several gallons at a fair price...for the discerning collector...

:D
 

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I keep my bottle of blinker fluid right next to my 65 corvair heater core and 63 VW bus radiator cap (also very collectible)
 
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