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Old 07-22-2011, 06:37 AM
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Removing 1995 Mustang wiring harness for project car.

I have an old 1995 mustang that I want to take the driveline out of. I want to take out the factory wiring with it because it won't run without it, and I am not a master mechanic and can't fabricate my own...sorta. Can anybody tell me what all I would HAVE to have to make this engine & tranny set up work in another car body? I know that exhaust sensors play a part with the fuel economy because the car has a computer and stuff. Hope to hear from you. Thanks.

oh..p.s. ......The driveline is NOT going back into a car that has ANY wiring. I am thinking about putting it in a 1930 ford sedan body.
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:39 AM
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The engine control harness can be removed as it is seperate. Join autozones web site and register then you can find repair guides and wiring diagrams. Take some masking tape and label each sensor before you unclip them. You don't have to cut anything just take your time.
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Thanks. I'll check it out.
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