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Old 03-31-2007, 07:28 PM
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Default ford 300 efi

I bought a ford 300 6 cylinder efi with plans on putting it in my 4t10 and was woundering what will be involved in electrical part of it?Will I need to use the complete wiring harness and computer out of the truck it came out of or is it possible to wire in just the efi part of it.
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I would get everything you can out of the donar truck. Wireharness, comp, everything. It will make life so much easier.
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