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Old 02-22-2011, 06:39 PM
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Wiring Harness for 351w efi

I have a 1996 351w and I need to find a complete wiring harness for it. I understand I need to convert to MAS but I was wondering what a few people have done to install their 302/351w engines into a 55' F100. I was thinking a Painless 89' mustang wiring harness but I am curious what others have done. Direct links to kits will be greatly appriciated.

I plan to keep it efi, add 02's, and add ac.
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just get a regular mustang MAF wiring harness. no need for anything special. get a A9L or A9P computer and your done. you can leave the 5.8 intact as everything from that harness should connect up just fine. you will of course need to change out the distributor to a tfi mounted version and make sure its running the proper dizzy gear since that motor has a roller cam.
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Old 02-23-2011, 11:10 PM
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Thats what I plan on doing, just looking for a good site to buy from. I want a new harness and I do not want to buy from Ford.
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well the site i posted is proven and a stand up outfit.
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well the site i posted is proven and a stand up outfit.
sorry but which site? I may be over looking it but I do not see a site besides what is in a sig
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hmm it must have gotten pulled.
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So say I have all the wiring for the engine and trams and gas tank. So what is it that I need to make it hook up and run in my 79 F150. Where can I get it and does anyone know if anyone makes adaptor to run aftermarket gauges like auto meter and such.
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