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Old 01-19-2010   #141
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sweet finish yours up then begin on mine
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Old 01-19-2010   #142
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im working on it, just trying to figure out what all the connectors are and what i can cut out
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Old 01-20-2010   #143
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well if you are unsure of any of them post up a pic and i'll let you know.
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Old 01-20-2010   #144
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the trans connector and range/neutral switch connectors can all come off right or is a neutral signal needed
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well if you are unsure of any of them post up a pic and i'll let you know.

Do you know what these ones are?
The flat 5 wire connector the wires are black, tan, black/white tracer, pink, yellow.
The 2 wire connector the wires are light green and black, there is also another 2 wire connector further up in the harness that is identical but with dark green and black wires
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Old 01-20-2010   #146
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todd il be home this weekend... let me know if ya need help
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well i found out the 5 wire one is the MAF
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todd il be home this weekend... let me know if ya need help
yea maybe i'll have to see where im at, hopefully i'll get this done by then but i still need parts before i can put the motor in

i've got an idea for a switch panel also
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Old 01-22-2010   #149
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The 2 wire connector is for the coolant level sensor, so you dont need it
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i've got an idea for a switch panel also
I'll rip one out on the cnc for yah!
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