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uncut please and matching year from disy to engine harness,, no rush just in the next couple of months

let me know what you've got

thanks,
Jim
 

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Along with ATX or MTX we need to know what year....

93 - two fan sensors
94 - matching 93 disty harness with single fan
95 - different disty wiring with single fan

^^^^ all OBD-I
 

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i'm not sure, i know i want mtx, i have two fans and i want obd1, whatever is best, but at least let me know what you have whatever year as long as it's not atx or obd2
 

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well whatever is out there obd1 mtx i'll take and make it work
 

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The point is determining what's easiest. If you don't want to go with what's easiest, then yes, you can make anything work. Just trying to help, I'll stop now.
 

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don't worry about stoping or whatever, it's just really hard to find a harness that's why i say i would take anything
 

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lets quit fighting now and thanks fastest for your help hey this isnt a for sale thread is it? shouldnt this be in the wtb section (just a question)
 

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I missed all the "fighting"... where is it?

I was just trying to help pirelli figure out what exactly they needed and what would best suit their application. As I said, there are 3 different OBD-I harnesses. So figuring out which one would be the easiest to convert to was my only goal.

Example, a 95 harness/ECU can directly use a 96/97 distributor as it is the same as a 95 distributor. But going with a 93/94 harness/ECU would require replacing the disty all together which is more $$ than probably the harness and ECU cost combined.

But hey, was only trying to help..

If I had seen this about two weeks ago, I could have pulled the harness off a 95 which I just junked. :( I currently have a 93 which I will be pulling apart eventually, but I fear it will be waiting till spring as it's only getting colder and colder up here.
 

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ok, so now if you say that i want a 95 harness
 

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so i can get 100% confirmation that if i use a 95 harness i can use my 97 disty?
 
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