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I need a injector harness for my 1989 mazda Mvp van.

I paid a guy to do a motor exchange and he didn't get all my old wiring off the old motor before he let someone scrape it out. Having a hard time finding harness and injectors. Do you know any place that might have it?

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I have gotten many good wiring harnesses from salvage yards at very good prices. New, probably only from a Mazda dealer. Hang onto your wallet if you have to go a dealer for this item.

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