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Old 04-29-2020, 02:05 PM   #1
Blindhuckster
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Default 1937 Ford clock wiring confirmation

This may sound like a dumb question but the positive ground system seems to always make me question myself. So I want to confirm the proper wiring connections for the clock on a 37 ford coupe 6 volt positive ground system. There are two terminals on the back of the clock. One is Battery and the other ground. Wiring diagram shows the Black wire with a yellow strip attaches to the fuse block and other end attaches to clock power. So I want to confirm that this connection (clock power) would be to the battery terminal on the back of the clock. I just want to confirm that this is correct. Sorry if I'm overthinking this. Thanks Nate
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