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Friend of mine took the stock motor 302 out of a 1992 F150 Stepside and is replacing it with a new FRP Crate 347 Stroker.
The auto Trans in the stepside was taken to our tranny guy for a rebuild and shift kit.
I am supposed to be doing to rewiring for the job, we are installing a Holley 650 instead of the stock EFI. No big worries.
BUT - unbeknownst to me the tranny was the version with the electronic shift system and speed sensor. By the time I found that out, the builder had already rebuilt the tranny and it was too late to swap it out for a mechanical (Vacuum) tranny.
I'll have to buy and install a TPS for it and a MAP sensor, but the main issue is the harness.
I removed the Motor harness from the big multiplug but now I'm kinda getting in a bind worrying about extracting the wires out of the big multiplug that the motor and tranny requires and was wondering if somebody manufactured a custom harness designed to service just the basics of a carbureted motor, (temp etc), and also the transmission ?????
Thanks for any recommendations guys
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