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1966 Colorized Mustang Wiring Diagrams Multimedia CD – February 8, 2008
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July 2015: A couple other reviewers have mentioned pdf problems and like an idiot I ignored those reviews and thought "won't happen to me" because I'm an experienced IT person and I have Adobe Acrobat (not just Reader!) so it'll be easy. Wrong. Over the past 20 years I've installed just about everything on Windows from Windows 95 up through 7 and Server and I can edit registries and write code and fix anything. But I can't get this junk to work on my computer. I've never had such a bizarre series of roadblocks for something that should be so simple as viewing a pdf. You can't use Acrobat - you have to install Reader, so if you do anything with pdfs at all you're about to have to mess up your Acrobat installation with Reader. So I did that, and the latest Reader would not run in Protected Mode after installation. So you have to edit the properties of Reader to do that, but every time I open it it crashes. I finally got it to open and changed the settings to use Protected Mode, and now the setting is correct and it will open ok (still gives me an error but then opens). So now I can get to the point where maybe it will try to open the pdf of wiring diagrams. But no, it then says the file is corrupt in some way. If you go hunting through the Readme files they advise you of some tricks to use if it doesn't work. Update the License Manager - that just takes you to the web page and it indicates a version that's older than what I just installed. Run License Manager in XP Protected Mode - didn't help. Run Reader in XP Protected Mode - didn't help. I'm happy for the people who were able to install this without a problem, but before you buy this think about the odds that it will be complete waste of your money and time. And yes, that is the incorrect picture on Amazon's page for this product. FFS they can't even get that right.
UPDATE: I figured out why Reader was not opening right. I had set the Protected mode entry in Preferences, I'd checked for updates, I'd set everything to run in Compatibility mode. I had also updated Windows (7) but I'd done it before all of the installations. Once I got bogged down in the problems described above, and a few restarts, it was not working so I went ballistic and gave up. I went to confirm that the computer was updated and now it wanted about a dozen more updates. I did not look close but I have to assume they were related to all the security nonsense in License Manager and especially Adobe Reader. I installed them and restarted (again!) and then it worked - I could see the wiring diagrams in Acrobat Reader. I reset Acrobat (the real one) as my default pdf viewer so I can do work, and I will use Open With to open this one pdf on my computer that can't use Acrobat. The product itself is well worth the money it cost, but the ridiculous security to protect information that is pretty widely available anyway, and the headaches to make it work, still keep this in the One-Star category.
December 2015 update: I'm still annoyed by the headaches this causes between Adobe Reader and Acrobat -- every update throws off my pdf file associations. HOWEVER: I've used this a few times now and the colorized wiring diagrams are great to use. I bumped it up to two stars.
Files on CD are in some bizarre locked PDF format, requiring an application PDFOwnerGuard to be installed and licensing application to run. I also have Adobe Creative Suite on my MacBook Pro OSX 10.10.3. Manuals do not open after going through installation and licensing. Complains that Adobe Reader is either not installed or not installed correctly. Spent hours now trying to get this to work. Beyond frustrated.
Another plus is that there is more than one set of wiring diagrams for the car. For example, there are wiring diagrams from the intermediate shop manual and as well as the Ford Car Wiring and Vacuum Diagram publication. Both sets are about the same but I found that there were some minor differences.
The last thing that was nice was that there is a Ford traing publication included that teaches the basis on how to read and troubleshoot electrical wiring diagrams. Since I am really not an expert in electrical wiring, the training technical manual was a nice refresher.
Bottomline - this is a great manual if you are restoring or maintaining an old car.