Instrument cluster connections, wiper switch, headlamp switch, ignition switch and lighter
1967 Mustang Ignition, Starting and Charging
Pictorial and 6-Cylinder Ignition Schematic or Schematic
Alternator, regulator, solenoid, starter, distributor, plugs, ammeter and starter neutral switch
1967 Mustang Exterior Lighting, Turn Signals and Horns
Pictorial and Horn Schematic or Schematic
Headlamps, parking lamps, fog lights, horns, headlamp, stop, turn signal and ignition switches, taillights and backup lights
1967 Mustang Interior Lights, Windshield Wiper and Gauges
Oil pressure and water temp senders, wipers, washers, water, oil and fuel gauges, instrument panel lights, and interior courtesy lights
1967 Mustang Wipers
2-speed wiper and washer
1967 Mustang Heater
Switch, blower motor and resistor
1967 Mustang Air Conditioner
Pictorial and Schematic Vacuum Diagnosis Chart and Overview Underhood Vacuum Diagram Underdash Vacuum Diagram
Air conditioner controls, thermostat, compressor and resistor
Pictorial and Schematic Vacuum Diagram
Speed (cruise) control switches, relays and control unit
1967 Mustang Radio & AM/8-Track
AM, AM/FM and AM/8-Track
1967 Mustang Safety Convenience Systems
Seat Belt, Parking Brake, Low Fuel and Door Ajar warning systems
Top control switch, motor and pump
1967 Mustang Tilt-Away Steering Wheel
Pictorial Wiring and Vacuum Diagram
Column, vacuum motor, release valve and relay
7 thoughts on “1967 Mustang Wiring and Vacuum Diagrams”
How do i install a neutral safety switch to a 1967 mustang coupe, with a c-4 transmission.
mike mendez — April 21, 2011 8:09 PM
The neutral safety switch is located in the driver side of the transmission and is pretty easy to remove and replace. Two 7/16 bolts hold it in place and there is a wire attached that runs up to the firewall, remove bolts, disconnect the wire and slide the switch off.
JoeResto — April 28, 2011 8:45 AM
Where can I get a 1967 wind wiper switch assembly? I see in your schematic but can’t find the part. Thanks Terry
Terry — June 27, 2011 7:11 PM
Have these diagrams for 68?
Woody — May 1, 2012 9:14 AM
my 67 mustang has no pressure switch on it. does the thermocoupler control compressor
dean — June 15, 2012 6:12 AM
this has been a lot of help thank you
kenneth — July 22, 2012 7:06 AM
Wow.. This is AWESOME!!!….
Quick question. Hopefully someone see’s this…
Can anyone tell me what the pink resistor wire that comes off the back of the ignition switch goes to?
Napoleon — December 1, 2012 7:41 PM
The pink resistor wire is 16a. Notice it is connected to the green with red stripe coming out of the back of the ignition switch. It goes to a 4 position plug located under the dash to the left of the steering column. It joins into 262 brown wire that continues to the starter solenoid that supplies 12 V for starting only.
bill — November 28, 2013 11:16 AM
The 67 drawing were nice but 68 drawings would be nicer
Im trying to locate the diagram for the oil pressure gauge, but don’t see it where I thought it would be posted. Does anyone see where it is?
i need your support , I have 1967 mustang Coupe,
There is a group of wires I don’t know what ends with it.
Blue black maybe
All the wires above in one outlets
how i can send to you attachment
For 1967 Mustang: Does the automatic transmission shifter position light connect to KO +12V or to the variable intensity instrument panel lighting +12V? Black-Blue Stripe wire.
I’m changing from 1967 OEM Mustang gauges to custom/somewhat similar gauge cluster and need pin out of 12 pin molex connector and need break down on how to connect ‘dual brake lights’ (I only have one terminal on the new connector for brakes..). Does brake connector only illuminate a brake failure on the gauges(maybe lights a red light?) and the brake switch on the pedal is powered straight from the fuse block to light the tail lights? Appreciate the help.