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16MB Downloadable PDF file of the complete 1971 Mercury Cougar electrical wiring diagram used by Ford Technicians. You will receive a download link both on the order confirmation screen and via email once your order is complete.

In this download you will find diagrams for the following systems:

  • Air Conditioning
  • Brake Lights
  • Charging
  • Cigar / Cigarette Lighter
  • Circuit Protection
  • Clock
  • Convenience Systems
  • Convertible Top
  • Defogger
  • Exterior Lights
  • Gauges
  • Head Lamp on Warning Buzzer
  • Heater Defroster
  • Horns
  • Key Warning Buzzer
  • Ignition
  • Instrument Panel
  • Interior Lights
  • Neutral Switch
  • Parking Brake Warning Light
  • Power Windows
  • Radio and Stereo Tape
  • Seat Back Latch
  • Seat Belt Reminder Light
  • Starting
  • Tachometer
  • Turn Signals
  • Vacuum Systems
  • Windshield Wipers and Washers

Please Note: This is a high resolution scan of the original Ford document, which was 24" wide by 16" tall. These will not print well on a single 8.5" by 11" piece of paper. You can however use Adobe Reader to print these as a "poster" on multiple sheets of paper per original page that you can then tape together in order to be able to print the desired pages at full size or the file can be taken to a local print shop and printed at full size.

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