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92 240sx dash wiring to sr20 ecu harness diagram

I'm having a major harness problem!! last two mags i bought had sr20 into 240sx conversions but left out the wiring from the stock dash harness to the new sr20 ecu harness. my car now has no spark and no fuel pump activation. its like the ecu isn't reading the car is in run/start position. what the hell can i do i can't find any diagrams showing this issue? i thank you for any help you could send my way.

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I knw how but i dont have wiring diagram.can u send me a copy so that i can explain to u

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