Painless Performance Products 60510 Details
Ford EFI Wiring Harnesses
Painless Ford Fuel Injection Harnesses are for installation of the popular Ford 5.0 HO Mass Air Flow EFI engine into any project vehicle. Harness comes complete with factory connectors, terminals, color coded wire and plugs directly into the factory ECM. This standard length harness allows four feet from the back of the intake manifold to where the fuseblock and ECM mount. Perfect for those that plan to mount these components under the dash or in the glove box. Harness does not include any emissions or automatic transmission related connections.
You must use the 1986-1993 MAF, Distrubutor, and ECM. 1986-89 1/2 must add a MAF (mass air flow)
sensor. Harness can be used on 1994-95, but must modify TPS wiring and change distributor.
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Some of the wires in the 60510 wiring harness are not labeled, I am looking for a schematic
Will this work with mercury engines as well? What about non-HO motors?
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