Somebody PLEASE help I.D a few of these connectors

Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by waltnono, Mar 31, 2007.

  1. waltnono

    waltnono Active Member

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    Ok, I've got all my part 4 my 4V swap. The wire harness that I have is from a 97GT, some of these plugs on the harness I can I.D but most of them I have no idea. The car started out as a v6 so I can't reference a 2V motor for these plug. So some body please look at these pic and fill me in. I tried to label the pics as best I could show'n the plugs I know and the other I don't know.
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    So the list of engine connector I gather so far are, outside of the things I already I.D
    Idle air control valve
    engine coolant temp sensor
    intake air tem sensor
    throttle pos. sensor
    What else is there and can some one I.D these or I guess I could just go to the store and buy them ;D
     
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    phil_the_thrill Active Member

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    pretty sure 6B is engine coolant sensor but you might wanna get that verified
     
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    Thanks O0, I'm in a scramble right now try'n to get this together.
     
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    good luck i hope everything turns out
     
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    in pic 1 number 2a boes to the top of the fuel rail bolt near the egr and 3a goes to the egr..
     
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    Thanks guys, ur the best. Nic 2 know I can come here and get some answers.
     
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    Are the plugs for the electric air pump on the engine harness or chassis harness?
     
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    Or does the SOHC have an air pump? I know about the canister in the passenger side fender.
     
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    On pic 1, would the plug 1A be the T.P.S ?
     
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    Alright on Pic2, I know that one of these are a coolant sensor. Either plug 2 or 3, but I would assume that it would be plug 3 because on the manifold the coolant sensor is closer to the coil pack. Also the coolant sensor that I have will plug into both connector 2 and 3. So if my logic is correct and the coolant sensor is connector 3 then what is connector 2? I know somebody on here is doing some work under the hood, just a little :help2:
    The repair manual I have at home help be out a bit but need just this last bit of info :thumb:
     
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    sorry wish i could help. i have my whole motor pretty much tore apart but its a 5.0 :dunno:
     
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    pic #1

    1A = DPFE sensor for EGR
    2A = Ground plug that slides onto the rear fuel rail mounting stud
    3A = EGR vacuum actuation solenoid.

    Pic 2

    1?? = a Fuel injector connector
    the 3rd connector down is for your TPS, not the fuel injector
    2?? = IAC motor
    3?? = computer Temp sensor

    Pic 3

    1B = Coolant Degas Bottle level connector
    2B = Power harness, connects to the other connector under the Fuse box
    3B = Ground Harness, connects to the other connector under the fuse box, this connector also has ground wires running to Neg. side of battery
    6B = Coolant Temp sensor connector for the Gauge cluster



    There ya go.. thats absolutely every one of those connectors. And if you doing a 4v swap, that harness wont work for you. you need a 4v harness b/c the lengths are completely different between the 2 harness' unless you cut extend and splice new extensions in. And the Alternator plugs are different too.
     
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    Thomas delivers :boink:
     
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    Well.. when you've replaced about 20 4.6 motors in mustangs alone, you start to remember what all of those connectors are :rollinglaugh:
     
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    I'm not worthy, I'm not worthy. Thanks, I'm at the library right now digg'n through these manuals but thanks a million buddy. :dancing6: I know about extending that harness to make it fit and I'm getting a sct tune next week.
     
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    Did I say thanks guys :drunk: Boy this just made my day.
     
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    Oh, one more thing. Where is the DIS ignition module @?
     
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    its inside the passenger side fender