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Hey all--new to the forum but Ive been lurking for a while. Here's my project and the trouble Im having...

Im putting a T70 turbocharger on my 2000 Silverado (5.3L) and have all the piping done and am now working on the fuel side. My friend that is sort of guiding me through this has a 1997 Mustang GT 4.6L that we have pulled parts off of in an effort to cut cost...and make it more original Anyway, Im using his 42# EV1 Motorsport fuel injectors so I had to buy connector adapters to wire into my harness. The injector connectors I got have two wires from each, one red and one black. I checked the colors going into my stock injectors and they look green and orange, but they may have just been faded over time. Can anyone tell me which wire goes to which? Im still learning with the electrical side...well, who I am I kidding, Im still learning all this stuff! Appreciate any help y'all can give me!

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Hey all--new to the forum but Ive been lurking for a while. Here's my project and the trouble Im having...

Im putting a T70 turbocharger on my 2000 Silverado (5.3L) and have all the piping done and am now working on the fuel side. My friend that is sort of guiding me through this has a 1997 Mustang GT 4.6L that we have pulled parts off of in an effort to cut cost...and make it more original Anyway, Im using his 42# EV1 Motorsport fuel injectors so I had to buy connector adapters to wire into my harness. The injector connectors I got have two wires from each, one red and one black. I checked the colors going into my stock injectors and they look green and orange, but they may have just been faded over time. Can anyone tell me which wire goes to which? Im still learning with the electrical side...well, who I am I kidding, Im still learning all this stuff! Appreciate any help y'all can give me!
Normally black & green wires are used for grounds. I would think thats what you have going on there. The red and orange should be power wires.
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