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Old 11-15-2008, 06:49 PM
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hi ok i am having a bit of a problem, that problem is the em harness i ma not sure how to wire up my t2 swap into an 86 n/a and everything is there i need to just know if it would be easier for me to use the n/a em harness or the t2 harness and if anyone has anything that might help me it would be great.









and yes im a noob to this so please go easy on me
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Old 11-16-2008, 08:20 AM
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I frankensteind my **** I used na engine harness and tii emission harness it was alot of work I'd just use the na harness rotaryresurrecion.com has a great write up
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Old 11-16-2008, 05:41 PM
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Originally Posted by jwteknix' post='911806' date='Nov 16 2008, 07:20 AM
I frankensteind my **** I used na engine harness and tii emission harness it was alot of work I'd just use the na harness rotaryresurrecion.com has a great write up




i looked on there and it kinda has me running around and plus im hands on so reading **** just dont cut it for me. but what if i used the n/a engine harness on the engine because i read on there that the only difference is that the n/a harness dont have a nock sensor wire and one more wire that that t2 does and im just so frustrated that i just want to get out with something simple and easy but yet i know it wont be so i have all the parts just no n/a harness
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Old 11-17-2008, 08:06 AM
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Get an n/a harness and use rotary resurrections site which is the easiest way or you can learn how to read wiring diagrams and shematics go thru the fsm and wire them together. I have a thread on the 7club on my wiring I'll see if I can find it your still gonna have to learn how to read this ****



heres all the info you need right here for using both harnesses its really confusing best of luck to you

http://www.rx7club.com/showthread.php?t=718820
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Originally Posted by jwteknix' post='911863' date='Nov 17 2008, 06:06 AM
Get an n/a harness and use rotary resurrections site which is the easiest way or you can learn how to read wiring diagrams and shematics go thru the fsm and wire them together. I have a thread on the 7club on my wiring I'll see if I can find it your still gonna have to learn how to read this ****



heres all the info you need right here for using both harnesses its really confusing best of luck to you

http://www.rx7club.com/showthread.php?t=718820




thanks i know how to read the diagrams they just give me a headache and its a pain in the **** to read but i can and everytime i do read them it feels like all my brain cells are fried to a crisp lol but i think im going to make it easier on myself and just use the n/a harness because i read from hailers that the only differnece about the two is only two wires and i have them so its no biggy i guess but thanks again it helped alot
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