EFI Wiring Harness
This 764-60101 wiring harness has a length of 4 ft.* Between Engine and ECM, and contains circuits for:
- A/C Power
- Brake Switch
- Data Link Connector
- EGR Valve
- Electronic Spark Control Module
- Engine Coolant Temperature
- Fuel Pump
- Fuel Pump Relay
- Fused System Power
- Idle Air Control
- Ignition Switch Signal (Fused)
- Ignition Timing Setting
- Knock Sensor
- Malfunction Indicator Lamp
- MAP Sensor
- O2 Sensor
- Oil Pressure
- Park/Neutral Indicator Switch
- Throttle Position Sensor
- Torque Converter Clutch
* To mount the ECM under or behind the passenger seat, please use 764-60201 (8 ft. length between engine and ECM).
This 60101 harness will not work with a 1994 or -1995 ECM and will not operate a 4L60E transmission.
Requires the following mating parts: ECM #1227747, #16121154, or #88999146. Calpack #16060836, and a prom to match you engine: (4.3L) #16082087, (5.0L) #16139492, (5.7L) #16139566, (7.4L) #16128359. This Prom does not control any transmission or torque converter functions.
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