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Old 10-27-2005, 04:56 PM   #1
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SOHC -> DOHC wiring.. specific..

and before i even start.. i did search and found no mention of this topic.. everyone just says "splice on the body side.."

well i don't have the body side.. i have the engine harness side.. i have everything marked out and am about ready to start cutting and soldering the sohc tail to the dohc harness.. but i am stumpped with three wires in the dohc harness.. they all run past the ecm and and into the harnes wrapping.. presumably to the engine bay.. i have looked and look thru my fsm and on here as well as other online sources.. and can not find what these wires are.. there is no corresponding size/color wires on the sohc body harness and it is mentioned that there will be some left over wires.. wtf...

in the picture below.. it is the white wire, the black wire w/ silver markings and the solid black wire..


if anyone can help me get this sorted out it would be greatly appriciated..

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... right front wheel speed senors.. abs.. yeah.. i answered my own question
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