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i have a 97 chevy work truck and im puttin an old school carburated chavrolet engine in it and id like to know how much electrical components i can get rid of and what i need to keep. i currently have the 97's v6 vortec out i have the computer still in and the anti lock brake still in. the wiring harness is comin out of the passenger side firewall to all of the components on the driver side an id really like to make it simple and get rid of all that but i wanna be safe about that so i dont run into any electrical problems later.

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i have a 97 chevy work truck and im puttin an old school carburated chavrolet engine in it and id like to know how much electrical components i can get rid of and what i need to keep. i currently have the 97's v6 vortec out i have the computer still in and the anti lock brake still in. the wiring harness is comin out of the passenger side firewall to all of the components on the driver side an id really like to make it simple and get rid of all that but i wanna be safe about that so i dont run into any electrical problems later.
This is hard to do, everything in that truck including the instruments in the panel and the shifting of the tranny if an automatic is operated by the computer which gets a lot of its info off engine mounted sensors. Your asking for a huge and complex effort to get this working.

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