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Ive put a twin cam 94 into my 92 that was a single cam 92 sx 240

Ive put a twin cam 94 into my 92 that was a single cam, everything works except i have no spark to or from my coil. ive put a 94 wiring harness wat im wondering is should i or do i have to stay with a 92 wiring harness

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  • Mark Mumich May 11, 2010

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