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351w wiring harness for sn95?

im doing an engine swap in a 1995 mustang gt, 383 stroker with efi. anyone know what kind of wiring harness i can use and where i cant get one? thanks

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Just use the stock harness.

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i thought the stock harness would work, but wasnt 100% sure. i love this forum

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2000 Dakota 4x4 v8
1999 Acura CL
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i thought the stock harness would work, but wasnt 100% sure. i love this forum
Yep everythings the same and they have the same firing order so the stock ecu will work too you just have to tune it if you have some heavy mods on it. Just make sure you get a 351w distributor that was for a 95 f150 or some other ford truck/van of that year so that the connector is the same. I found a brand new factory distributor that came off a 95 lightning motor. It was a crate motor that they were building up and the distributor had never been used. It was in pristine condition and I got it for $50
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