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Swapping, re using 4 cyl tranny for *light daily driving* 5.0 swap.
Its a 93, question is, what engine harness will work? 91+93 a9L harness ok?
I believe I already have a 91 harness what color combo of plugs will confirm the harness I already have?
Dash harness, headlamp harness reusable? not enough info searching around that i wanted.
Pilot bearing for t5 is only thing to swap on trans?
Also, any advice on routing fuel lines/ throttle linkage is appreciated.
Already building a 347, and the 2.3 is my driver.
I'm swapping for v8 brakes from the 88 (the 88 has cobra disc swap front and rear)and 5 lug cobra rear. so 4 lug stock gt stuffwill be swapped to 4 cyl. Any other info for problems i may run into and advice to share is appreciated. Thanks !!
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Just another guy pushing 150,000 mile 5.0's into the 11s
The changes in the harness are for the air bag system and a few other small items that connect to the main body harness. The engine sensors are all pretty much the same for each of the MAF harnesses. The one thing you need to be sure to get right for the specific year and trans is the o2 harness.
Swapping the brake lines on the rear end itself will work just fine until you decide to run tail pipes. Then you have to bend the soft line over and secure it to the body so it doesn't rub.
the engine harnesses changed somewhere in the late 91 to early 92 model years if I remember right. when I swapped the drivetrain from my wrecked 90 to my 93 4-cyl. LX I had to get a harness from a 93 5.0 to properly connect to the chassis harness.
as far as the exhaust fitting, my tailpipes fit fine; no interference issues with the rear brake lines.
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