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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 7:55 pm Reply with quote
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I'm sticking with my efi on the 22ret for now. I have a roller tube chassis I'm going to be putting it in. Anyone know of a good schematic for the harness? I'm not sure what the differences between an RE and an RET but I want to cut it down to a bare minimum. Its still in the truck and running right now.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 9:26 pm Reply with quote
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my best advice would be to pull the whole harness, dash, sensors and crap out of the truck. Lay it all out on the floor in your shop and unwrap everything. Im guessing that you will be running autometer guages, so the guage cluster harness can go. Just keep eliminating things in that manner. When you get it all stripped down, just remove the pins from the connectors and get it in the rig.

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Robbie did this to the extra harness he has for the RE swapped 1st Gen. Did it while it was still in the damn truck so he could eliminate circuit by circuit using a FSM/Schematic and check to make sure it ran after each one was removed.

I could probably find out what color wires are left going to what sensors and crap but IIRC they are totally different harnesses for the RET Trucks.

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