The 1979 Ford F150 tail light wiring harness is a direct fit replacement for the original equipment. This product is made from high-quality materials to ensure durability and reliable operation. It is designed to connect the taillights to the electrical system and provide power for the brake lights and turn signals.
The harness includes all of the necessary connectors and wiring for proper installation.
If you’re a 1979 Ford F150 owner, then you know that your tail light wiring harness is essential for keeping your taillights functioning properly. And if you’re in need of a new harness, then you’ve come to the right place. Here at Tail Light Wiring Harness, we have a wide selection of harnesses to choose from, so you can find the perfect one for your truck.
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1979 F250 Tail Light Wiring Harness
If you’re looking for a wiring harness for your 1979 F250, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a wide selection of harnesses to choose from, so you can find the perfect one for your truck.
Our tail light wiring harnesses are made from high-quality materials and are designed to withstand the elements.
They’re also easy to install, so you can get back on the road in no time. Whether you’re looking for a simple replacement or an upgrade, we’ve got what you need. Check out our selection of 1979 F250 tail light wiring harnesses today!
-How Do I Wire a 1979 Ford F150 Tail Light Harness
Assuming you have a 1979 Ford F150 with the factory tail light wiring harness, the following instructions will show you how to wire it. If your truck has aftermarket lights or a different tail light wiring harness, please consult a professional for help.
1. Locate the brown wire in the tail light wiring harness.
This is the wire that powers the taillights. 2. Cut the brown wire in half using a pair of scissors or a utility knife. 3. Strip 1/2 inch of insulation off each end of the cut brown wire using a wire stripper or a sharp knife.
4. Connect one end of the brown wire to the positive (+) terminal on the taillight bulb socket. Use a small screwdriver to tighten down the connection if necessary. 5. Connect one end of an 18-gauge black ground wire to the negative (-) terminal on the taillight bulb socket using a small screwdriver to tighten down the connection if necessary.
. Ground wires are typically not insulated so there should be no need to strip any insulation off before making this connection. 6 Attachthe other endof black groundwiretoa metalpartofthevehiclebodyor chassiswithin18 inchesofthelightbulb socketusingasmalllengthof barecopperwireandaself-tappingmetalscrewortwo(make surethemetalsurfaceyou’reattachingthewiretois clean and free of paint).
1973-1979 F-Series Pickup LED Tail Lights – Wiring Alterations
The 1979 Ford F150 tail light wiring harness is a direct fit replacement for your old factory harness. This harness includes all the necessary wires and connectors to get your tail lights up and running again. Installation is easy and can be done in minutes, so you can get back on the road in no time.