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    69 240 pink resistor wire

    1969 240ci p/u. Can the pink resistor wire lose it’s resistance and still deliver full battery voltage or does it just break the circuit when it fails? I’ve got full voltage at the ignition coil with the ignition switch in the “run” position. Thanks
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    Distributor vacuum lines

    This is great information. As I understand it the LD/HD has to do with the rear axle and gross vehicle weight. I’m not sure what the specifics are though. Thanks very much for digging up this material. It’s a great help.
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    Distributor vacuum lines

    That would be great. Thanks
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    Distributor vacuum lines

    I put the new distributor in today. It’s the single advance vacuum chamber. No retard chamber. And connected to port vacuum. It seems to run fine now but I’m a little confused about the point gap I should be using. The gap is preset in the new distributor at .017. But everything I’ve been able...
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    Distributor vacuum lines

    Okay, that worked. I now know which is which. I tried using the manifold vacuum port, the carb. port below the throttle plate and the port above the plate all with the retard vacuum chamber on the distributor inactive. Results was varying degrees of rough running when connected to the advance...
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    Distributor vacuum lines

    Ahh, great idea. Thanks
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    Distributor vacuum lines

    Both of the vacuum ports on the carb are located at the base below the throttle plate but that doesn’t mean that they enter the carb throat at that point. I pulled a vacuum on the distributor vacuum chamber farthest from the distributor and the points plate assembly moved in the opposite...
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    Distributor vacuum lines

    I also didn’t say that the two vacuum ports on the carb both are located on the base of the carb.
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    Distributor vacuum lines

    I see in my post I made a type-o and wrote 240hp instead of ci. All I can confirm is that and it is a straight 6.
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    Distributor vacuum lines

    3.9L with Carter YF carb
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    Distributor vacuum lines

    I need help with the routing of the vacuum lines to the distributor on my 1969 F100 240hp standard transmission 2 wheel drive one barrel carb. There are three vacuum supply points. One on the intake manifold, one on the base of the carb. and one higher up on the carb. The distributor has two...
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    Tail light

    This post is no longer valid. Thanks
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    Tail light

    Does anyone know of a place I can find a tail light assembly for my 1969 F100 stepside? I’m exhausted from searching the internet. Thanks, Russell
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    1969 F100 wiring diagram

    Ooooh sorry, I didn’t see the movie but my curiosity is up. Thanks for taking the time to help me out, I can probably make it with this info you have provided. By the way….. ping!
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    1969 F100 wiring diagram

    I'm sorry but I cannot read the diagrams, they are too small and if I enlarge them they are too blurry to make out. "Please verify.....one ping only" (What do you mean by this?) "'Stop lamp switch' - brake pedal switch - feed from fuse = green supply to turn signal switch - green + black...
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    1969 F100 wiring diagram

    Now all I have to do is figure out which of the seven turn signal switch wires is supposed to carry power. Without a diagram that’s a big task.
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    1969 F100 wiring diagram

    Thanks kiwigtx. I’ve narrowed it down to no power at the brake switch, which is mechanical. One diagram shows power comes from the hot side of the hazard flasher but another one shows power from the hazard switch. If it’s from the flasher I would just supply the brake switch from the fuse block...
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    1969 F100 wiring diagram

    Does anyone have a link to a wiring diagram for a 1969 F100, two wheel drive, standard transmission and six cylinder 240ci.? I’ve searched the internet for hours over the past three days and what I find does not completely match my truck. Mine is the original wiring. I’m trouble shooting the...
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    F100 serial number

    I have a 1969 F100 2 wheel drive. I’m wanting to by a part but to get the correct part I need to know if my VIN is before or after G30,001. My VIN is F10ANE91987. My confusion is that E comes before G but 91987 is after 300001. Will someone please explain. Thanks
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