This product has received the 'Crappy Product' certificate.
Items that receive the 'Crappy Product' certificate are products that we carry for comparison purposes as they are often the version offered by other vendors or because it is the only version available. We would not be willing to use these parts on our own cars, and we do not recommend purchasing these parts.
WE ARE NOT ABLE TO ACCEPT RETURNS FOR THESE PARTS.
Product Condition Grades
Below is a general description of what the criteria is for our product condition grades. These are generalizations that are intended to give you an idea of the condition of the product at a quick glance. Because different parts degrade at different rates, there are variances in what the letters represent, please see the products description for details about the condition of any particular product.
A = Excellent / Above Average
B = Average / Some flaws / Good to Excellent Driver Quality
C = Obvious flaws / Poor to Average Driver Quality
D, E, F = Worse, Worser, Worsest
1968 XR7 and standard Cougars use the same rear wiring harness to the taillights. This is a grade "A" premium grade harness that is not sun damaged, spliced, or damaged in anyway. XR7 and Standard Cougars use the same rear wiring harness to the taillights, only the sub-harness that connects to it that runs along the underside of the package tray and down to the fuel sending unit differs XR7 vs. Standard. The major difference is that the xr7 utilizes a two wire plug and the Standard Cougar uses a single wire. Harness begins behind driver door hinge pillar, under the sill plate to the trunk. Has individual wires to all tail lights and license plate lights, but not the 1157 taillight bulb sockets which are sold separately here. This does not include the sub-harness that connects to it from the passenger side, that runs along the underside of the package tray and down to the fuel sending unit differs XR7 vs. standard. Does not include turn signal motor parts.
Ford part # C8WB-13A449-A.
Will not work on 1967 Cougars.
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