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Author Topic: 4.0L Head and EFI swap  (Read 10702 times)

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Offline thammerman

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Re: 4.0L Head and EFI swap
« Reply #30 on: September 11, 2018, 01:18:33 AM »
Wow, it's been hectic here with my new job and the holiday weekend.  I finaly got some time to work on the car yesterday.  I managed to get the engine put together, painted, installed in the car, and most of the electrical installed.  I thinned out the harnesses quite a bit, but I got in a rush and couldn't thin down the harness going to the tranny and inside the vehicle yet, but what I did pull out gave me a lot more room.  For my CPS I welded up some angle iron to hold a piece of flatstock above a hole I cut into the transmission housing.  I will hopefully get a chance to run the plumbing and rest of my vacuum lines tomorrow as I finally have a day off.  I'll add updates and hopefully some pictures of the process in a couple days.
I know it’s been a long time but I was wondering if you were still out there cargiy. I was hoping you had a picture of rigging the cps.

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Re: 4.0L Head and EFI swap
« Reply #31 on: September 11, 2018, 08:40:21 AM »

I know it’s been a long time but I was wondering if you were still out there cargiy. I was hoping you had a picture of rigging the cps.

Looks like carguy last checked in about a year and a half ago.  His email address is shown in his profile, just click on his username in one of his posts.  You'll probably have the best luck emailing him directly.  Good luck!
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