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1981 Bronco/F Electrical & Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual, Partial ​​by Gary

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1981 Bronco/F Electrical & Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual, Partial ​​by Gary
@ 1981 EVTM - ???Gary's Garagemahal

See more info in left panel, including the 1981 Bronco Brochure
 

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Gary's website is an incredible resource for anyone with a 1980-1986, many of us over on FTE have been helping him build it for a few years.
@miesk5 I would change the title and body of your post to say "1981" instead of "81" because most people type in the full year when doing a search, if you are posting this for others to reference.
 
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Looking for ground g701 location, any help would be much appreciated
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"Page 6: All systems using Ground 701. Yes, basically everything in the dash, save for the radio, all use the same ground, and if it is bad weird things will happen on those circuits. Note that high-current devices like the cigar lighter use the same ground as the gauges."
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1981 Bronco/F Electrical & Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual, Partial by Gary
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Thank you Miesk, I found the g701 ground in the garagemahal, but it wouldn't let me access the actual location, the link you posted allowed me to. Not sure why, but success. Thank you so much. Now to go check that ground!!!
 
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