I replaced the wiring under the dash of my 94 mustang gt convertible, now the solenoid to the senter spark plug has no power going to it? need help

Asked by Oct 08, 2012 at 11:50 AM about the 1994 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

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SOME WHERE A WIRE IS NOT CONNECTED, OR IS BROKEN, THE INSULATION HAS A HOLE = A SHORT. BAD FUSE. WIRE NOT CONNECTED TO FUSE BOX. OR CONNECTED TO WRONG FUSE TERMINAL. WITH STUFF LIKE THIS, ALWAYS LOOK FOR THE SIMPLEST, STUPIDEST THING FIRST IT'S USUALLY IT.

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