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63 Ford Falcon v8 Engine Gauge Feed Wiring Harness 1963 221 260 289

63 Ford Falcon v8 Engine Gauge Feed Wiring Harness 1963 221 260 289



Exact reproduction wiring harness made to factory specifications using the factory blueprints.   Our wiring harnesses are correct in every detail.  Wiring harnesses connect to different electrical components in various locations throughout the vehicle.   Often cars have wiring harnesses that have been "hacked" up and are missing correct connectors to plug into factory components, have corrosion or deterioration damage.  These are manufactrued to the original blueprint NOS specifications.  Our harnesses are identical to the way they would have appeared on the vehicle when shipped from the assembly plant  They will look, fit and perform exactly as original.   

In order to satisfy the most discriminating enthusiast/restorer, we offer these authentic reproduction wiring harnesses. These harnesses will provide the finishing touch for any original or restored vehicle. They are built using original GM blue prints, cut to the exact lengths to provide a tailored look, and contain the correct type and color wire as well as the correct terminals.  For those of you concerned about having your car judged, our reproduction wiring harnesses will pass all judging standards.  These harnesses are ready to use just "plug in and go".  These harnesses are for owners who want a properly restored concourse quality vehicle, for owners to want to update old existing wiring, or for those who want to add factory installed options.  They will look, fit and perform exactly as original.


This is a engine gauge feed harness for a 1963 Ford Falcon with v8 engine.   This has 6 terminals, and 2 blank.   We have the 8 pin front end harness in another listing.

This engine gauge feed plugs into the upper firewall connector and connects to the brake light switch located on the master cylinder, the engine oil pressure sending unit, water temperature sending unit and the coil. It also connects to the heater blower motor and the ignition and starter terminals of the starter relay.