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Herein you will see a wiring diagram of the 1972 Plymouth Fury. The Fury was a favorite of many police forces, adopted by the tough New York Police Department, immortalized in The French Connection. A mild restyle occurred for 1972 Plymouth Fury. It sported a large chrome twin-loop bumper design with a small insignia space between the loops and hideaway headlights as standard equipment on the Sport Suburban, and the newly introduced Fury Gran Coupe and Gran Sedan; these were available as a two-door or four-door hardtop, and as a two-door “formal” hardtop. The front end was transformed, with the single blackened grille areas separated and framed now by chrome; the word “Fury”sat between them. The Fury kept Chrysler-like fuselage styling, and the Polara was had more defined creases. The Monaco gained covered headlights around 1971, which the Fury and its Chrysler versions never had; while the Fury gained new low-beam headlamps with better visibility, and brighter backup lights with a larger light pattern. Electronic ignition was optional on the 360, 400, and 440 engines. There was also a better ignition lock, an inside hood release, rubber isolated wiper bushings (to reduce noise), lower cranking effort and better sealing on two-door car windows, and new roof-rail weatherstripping.
These diagrams cover body and engine wiring diagram configurations. It shows the various electrical circuits, fuses, distributor, etc. It also includes electric windows, seats, wipers, etc. This wiring diagram divided into two parts, you can click the picture above to see the engine compartment part; and you click here to view the rear side of Fury wiring diagram.
Tags: fury, plymouth, wiring diagram
Herein you will see a wiring diagram of the 1965 Fury for 6 and V8 engine. The Plymouth Fury was produced from 1956 to 1978. In 1965, Plymouth introduced three special Furys: the Fury I, Fury II, and Fury III. The overall design changed, with the grille losing chrome but gaining two vertical stacked headlights on each side. All new Furys got a new 119 in (3,000 mm) wheelbase (121 in (3,100 mm) for the wagons) — 1 in (25 mm) longer than before. The 426 “Street Wedge” V8 was introduced, rated at 385 hp (287 kW) but finally street-legal.
The wiring diagram shown here is quite clear and readable, you can see clearly the cable color codes, each connections, and each parts. The wires codes shown here will be like Black-Pink, Black-Light green, Black-Yellow, etc. As for the parts, we shall see the parts like: courtesy light, light switch connector, windshield wiper switch, high temperature buzzer, trans indicator light, instrument light, generator indicator, gas gauge, etc. This wiring diagram consist of two parts. To see the engine compartment part, click the picture above to enlarge; and to see the rear side part, click here.
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Herein you will see a wiring diagram of the 1962 Plymouth V8 engine for Savoy, Belvedere, and Fury models. In this wiring diagram you can see stop light and directional signal, tail light, back up light, gas gauge, license light, windshield, super switch, wiper switch, parking brake switch, ammeter, oil press indicator, high beam indicator, dir indicator, temp gauge, gas gauge, instr lgts, directional signal switch connector, ignition switch light, console connector, clock, cigar light, heater switch, map light, glove box light,front door switch, etc.
Please make sure to have read and understand about the wiring diagram shown here first before you perform any wiring changes on your Plymouth to avoid any circuit shorting. For details, click the picture to view the wiring diagram or click here.