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Old 07-15-2008, 12:08 AM
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I Cant Find an O.E.M. I'll need to build one...

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Wiring harness?

It was hard to figure out what you meant, but if you mean you need a new wiring harness, plenty of generic aftermarket kits should do the job.

I'm installing an aftermarket kit in my 69 Chevelle right now. As long as you can solder (my personal recommendation, not theirs) you can follow where each wire goes since it's printed on them every few inches.

It's not exactly like EOM, so don't expect that and there's bound to be some things you need to figure out, but if can get a wiring diagram for the truck it will help.

My father-in-law used to have one of them and I drove it many times. Fantastic little truck that amazed me on utility and mileage.

Steve
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Ford Courier...

Did You find that the little truck was working too hard @ 65 M.P.H.?
( Not the 2300 ~ The 1750 C.C.)
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check with the Mazda guys. the B-1800 was made into the 80's and is the same as the Ford Courier..

My dad had a 2.3 version Courier.. drove it until the trans came apart going down the road, but it did still make it home that day and to the junkyard
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