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I have a 1994 V-6 engine with all the wiring intact, has 2 wiring harnesses going through firewall, I want to splice that 1994 wiring into the existing 1989 interior wiring for the ignition and basics, don't need heat, radio, etc., just need to get engine up and running.

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That's gonna take a good test light and some serious patience. First thing you gotta do is FORGET trying to match the colors,ain't gonna happen. Find out which wire is hooked to what and splice it to the stock wire that does the same job. I'd use **** connectors,just don't cut the wire off of the '94 harness at the plug. Give yourself a few inches in case you ever want to do another engine swap. It's a lot easier to sell an engine if you can re-attach the stock harness for the new owner. Capiche? Good luck, let me know how it comes out at wbrt55@aol.com. Bart

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