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4 cylinder to 5.0 Carb wiring

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Old 07-21-2007, 02:21 AM   #1
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Default 4 cylinder to 5.0 Carb wiring

So finally have acoomplished pulling the engine and prepping the engine bay to be painted and holes filled. Here is my question can I take a Ron Francis wiring harness and re wire everything and not worry about trying to figure out the 4 cylinder wiring to my 302 wiring?? Any idea would be great just want to clean it all up, and make it look as neat as possible and though this would be the best way. Thanks for the help.
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just rip out all the computer wiring and run new wires for what you need
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