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1968 Plymouth Fury 3 Fast top 383

Discussion in 'Other classic cars' started by 68furyIIIfasttop, Oct 15, 2017.

  1. 68furyIIIfasttop

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    hello, something is goofy with my plymouth’s electrical. The only thing the car does is honk. Key doesnt do anything whatsoever, no lights no crank no radio no nothin. I found a burnt light green wire hooked up to the fuse box and the fuse it was connected to was toast. So i replaced the fuse and attempted to temporarily morph two wires together and try again which did nothing. I found a wiring diagram for the car AND THERE ISNT EVEN SUPPOSED TO BE ANY GREEN WIRES HOOKED UP TO THE FUSE BOX!!! Please help.
     
  2. hemirunner426

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    check the bulkhead connector.
     
  3. ImperialCrown

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    Welcome to Allpar. Someone may have run a wiper switch, or more likely a heater blower switch directly to the fuse?
    Do either of these accessories work? I have seen heat damaged wiring for heater motors. Check the circuits for damage.
    I agree that bulkhead connectors were a weak spot. The heavy Red and Black wires to the ammeter carry the main electrical load for the vehicle.
     
  4. dana44

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    Check the ignition switch, too. They tend to have problems at times, after the bulkhead connectors.
     
  5. 68RT

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    Your car has a fusible link before it goes to the bulkhead. (STARTS AS A RED WIRE). My guess is that it is blown. Your horn takes power from a violet wire at the starter relay. Both the RED and VIOLET wires start at the Starter relay! That would explain why you have a horn only.
     

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