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Old 12-16-2009, 01:43 PM   #1
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Question 08 mustang engine wiring harness

if I would have the engine wiring harness out of an 08 mustang gt would my wiring harness in my 2007 v6 work? Would it hook up or would I have to buy a whole new car wiring harness as well? I know I need the gt ecm but anything else?
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The PCM, BEC and SJB are all intertwined.
The modules would have to be configured to work on the can buss.
Its not the ol SN95 wiring here.
More complicated and not very non-ford tech friendly.
You will play hell trying to get everything to work 100% with everything else.
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