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how about the use of 96 or newer ecm and wiring so you can put a tuner to it and really get the most bang for your buck? thank rick
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One member did a EEC-V OBD-II a number of years ago. 08-09 maybe? VERY involved. You need everything, I mean EVERYTHING. Seems he had crank sensor/mounting issues.
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