Painless Performance 22 Circuit Complete Chassis Wiring Harness for all 1965-1966 Mustangs.
If you are a proud owner of a 1965-1966 Mustang, you can now take comfort in the fact that there is an electrical system upgrade from Painless Performance to completely rewire your classic car. This harness allows you to safely rewire existing accessories as well as connect new, aftermarket items too.
Number of Circuits: 22 Circuits - 12 Fuses w/ Horn Relay, Accessory Relay and Maxi Fuse
Harness Length: Factory Fitment
Fuse Type: Mini Blade & Maxi Fuse
Firewall Passthrough: Grommet
Color Code Based: Factory Ford
Connectors Included: Blower motor, wipers, ignition, headlight switches, voltage regulator, turn signals and flashers, cigarette lighter, brake switch, dimmer switch, brake warning light and headlight bulbs.
Circuit Designations: Printed on Wires
This 22 circuit harness is a direct fit for all 1965-1966 Mustangs and has many of the factory connectors already installed on the harness right out of the box. This harness uses a unique covered micro-fuse block and also features an auxiliary circuit with a 20 amp relay for additional accessories such as fog lights or an electric fuel pump. Each wire is custom printed with circuit identification, as well as the factory Ford color codes being used for an easy installation.
Included Circuits For:
- A/C & Heat
- Accessory / Cigarette Lighter
- Accessory Relay
- Backup Lights
- Brake Lights
- Courtesy and Dome Lights
- Electric Choke
- Emergency Flashers
- Fan Relay Activation Power
- Fused Power Source
- Glove Box Light
- Horn (Relay)
- Ignition Coil
- Instrument Panel Lighting and Gauges*
---> *Includes wires for an Ammeter, Fuel Gauge, Oil Gauge, Tachometer, Temperature Gauge and Voltmeter.
- Park Lights
- Radio/Clock (Constant and Switched)
- Tail Lights and License Plate Light
- Turn Signals
- Wipers and Washer Pump
So if you are restoring a classic 1965 or 1966 Mustang or have a beauty of your own already that you have had electrical and wiring issues with, this all-inclusive wiring harness from Painless Performance is exactly what you need!
*This will NOT fit 1964-1/2 Mustangs.
Order a Painless Performance 22 Circuit Complete Chassis Wiring Harness for your 1965-1966 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Will this work with a one wire alternator?
For my 1966 does this kit fit both the 1965 and 1966 instrument cluster? Or do I have to be specific when I order? Thanks
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