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Old 01-23-2013, 12:55 AM   #1
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Default 81 Ford F-100 Ignition Switch wiring

I have searched all over the forums for this info and couldn't find anything. I am having issues trying to figure out which wires are the ignition and accessory wires. I cant find a good wiring diagram and the12volt.com's diagrams arent the right ones. Dunno if I even have the right column but any help would be appreciated.

Ignition cylinder is destroyed and I have a universal ignition cylinder I have mounted under the dash. Going to dummy up the column so it looks like the ignition cylinder is there and everything but it will just be for looks.

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Well. I figured it out. Those are the wires for the turn signals.
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