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i am trying to find information on putting a 302 fuel injection motor and transmissinon in a 1966 ford thunder bird i have everything but i want to build a hole new wireing harness from the fuse panel all the way

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there are companies that build the engine harness for the fuelie motor, you could probably use a harness for the rest of the car easier than doin it from scratch or adapting in one from a donor car
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Painless offers a kit for a 5.0 H.O. motor, # 60510. Don't know how happy a 302 is gonna be pulling around a 4500lb car
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i am trying to find information on putting a 302 fuel injection motor and transmissinon in a 1966 ford thunder bird i have everything but i want to build a hole new wireing harness from the fuse panel all the way

Doc here,

Do I understand , you want to "Scratch Build " a Harness between the two vehicles Or is your Intent to Graft one to another..

If your going to scratch build...

Start looking up costs now...you'll find a kit will run about 1/3 less $$ than a one "Off" harness by the time it is all finished and operating (plus it has instructions, Warranty, and phone support..)..

Grafting runs a CLOSE second assuming your buying tools and connectors fresh and have none in stock..AND WIRE is through the roof! Different story if you do this a few times a year and at least have SOME stock..



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