Vacuum diagrams for 1969 Thunderbird

Looks like you have the vac doors on head lights, 70 does not, Elc. and vac. are listed for 1970 only
Vacuum system for the headlights is gone. I took it out as they did not work. I have the electronic headlight conversion kit in the car. As for the rest... that's what I am wondering. My car also has the cruise control in it (though not working and soon to be removed as well). Mainly the things I would like to know and I think may be similar is the tilt-away steering system, pass through air ventilation system and the automatic heater controls. Maybe those are similar?
 
Vacuum system for the headlights is gone. I took it out as they did not work. I have the electronic headlight conversion kit in the car. As for the rest... that's what I am wondering. My car also has the cruise control in it (though not working and soon to be removed as well). Mainly the things I would like to know and I think may be similar is the tilt-away steering system, pass through air ventilation system and the automatic heater controls. Maybe those are similar?
I will look at my parts brake down,
 
yep, right along with the hydraulic window wipers
Yeah ones I had to get a custom line for since mine was cracked. What a stupid idea... hydraulic wipers. Why didn't they just use an electric motor?

Honestly though for the anti-lock system... I'd be afraid of it and the darn thing locking my brakes while I am driving down the road. Hell even the cruise control I would never want as all it did was lock the accelerator in place with some archaic vacuum system and a ball/wire chain thingy. Scary stuff indeed. Glad I am removing it. Not that it worked in the first place anyway.
 
Yup I seen them. I got the wiring already. Will pick up the Vacuum ones. On a side note... Would you guys believe that in 1969 they actually tried an anti-lock brake system for the Thunderbird? Well they actually did! Crazy right?
How was the diagram quality? Did it include the 4 door version? I am in need of a Vac and Wiring diagram but don't want to buy something that is worthless to me. I'm having a few heater control, warning light and window issues to contend with.
 
How was the diagram quality? Did it include the 4 door version? I am in need of a Vac and Wiring diagram but don't want to buy something that is worthless to me. I'm having a few heater control, warning light and window issues to contend with.
The quality of the wiring stuff is pretty much what they had at the dealships. Directly from the service manual.
 
I Would Love to Have 67 Thunderbird Manual If Still Have One Available In pdf, if Offer Still Available. Thanks,...My Email Address is c.cossey@*********
I just googled it and a bunch of sites popped up that have them. Good luck
Just google 1967 Thunderbird shop manual
If you don't want the paperback manual try
emanualonline.com
they have it in PDF for $12.99
I would rather have the paperback manual
you're working on a classic car. Get the original classic manual
 
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I Would Love to Have 67 Thunderbird Manual If Still Have One Available In pdf, if Offer Still Available. Thanks,...My Email Address is c.cossey@*********
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