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Re: TD Clock

To: Bob Howard <>
Subject: Re: TD Clock
From: Mike Razor <>
Date: Wed, 12 May 1999 21:20:38 -0400
I went out and got a piece of 16 gauge wire, cut it to length from the fuse
box on the firewall and ran it to the back of the clock and it runs.

Bob Howard wrote:

> Mike,
>   I went to my wiring diagrams to look this up for you. Now I understand
> why you asked--it's not in any of the three diagrams I have.
>   In my car it's a brown wire, just like all the other 47 year old wires
> that are now brown. The wire disappears into the gloom above the
> under-dash panel, headed off in the direction of the ignition switch.
> That would be a logical point for it, since it needs power at all times.
>   I'm CC this to the MGT list; someone is bound to know.
> Bob
> On Wed, 12 May 1999 14:23:44 -0400 Mike Razor <> writes:
> >Where does it  get its power from?  Have most of the correct
> >wiring in the car but the das cluster is a bit off center for
> >correctness.
> >Where can I get a hot lead to hook up my clock?
> >Next question.  Speedo cable turns, speedo has been rebuilt
> >but speedo no workee.  Any suggestions?
> >
> >
> >
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