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FuelTech PRO550/600 V8 Smart Coil Harness [Ford]
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PRO550/PRO600 Expansion Harness
Fueltech 2002100109 PRO550/PRO600 V8 Smart Coil Harness is an auxiliary plug-and-play harness to allow the addition of Smart Coils to the PRO550 or PRO600 V8 Harness when using the FuelTech FT600 ECU
FuelTech 2002100108 Harness:
- V8 engines with 1,2,3,4, right bank and 5,6,7,8, left bank cylinder numbering
- Only for use with coils with built-in ignitor (Smart Coils)
- Plug-and-play with the PRO600 V8 Harness
- Uses the "B" output (gray wires) on the PRO600 V8 Harness
- Fused power relay
- (10)-Way connector for connection to ECU
- CPC firewall connector
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