Remove vacuum line from regulator and inspect for fuel escaping while pump is running. Connect one lead of the test light to power and the other lead to computer pin 22 with a safety pin. However, the older sending units use a different resistance value, and will screw up your fuel level readings. I did not need the airbag wiring because I am changing my steering wheel, I did not need the low oil harness because I have a 7 quart pan and no provisions for the oil sensor, and I just vent the charcoal can out. Do need to hook it up to anything else or just leave it alone? Ask any auto parts store about Standard Motor Products or Bendix Electrical wiring parts.
The moral of the story is, get the 83-85 pickup, remove the sender from it, and place it in place of the fuel pump in your current tank. Is there detailed info on a carb to efi-turbo swap that I just haven't found yet? I was going to throw in the sway bars from the Tbird today but the parts stores here don't have the bushings and endlinks on the shelf. The quad shock questions were answered pretty quickly. You're gonna use a V8 engine? Just get all the diagrams you can, use your brain a little, and ask here if you get stuck on something. Probe computer pin 22 with a safety pin and ground it to chassis. I fried a couple tfi mods because my 80 didn't have a voltmeter or light like an 87+ would. I have posted a summary for you here.
Thanks for all your time and help! Where it connects is a function of the 3 character code on a label on the end of the computer. No 12 volts there, either the inertia switch is open or has no power to it. You will need to run some new fuel feed lines or braided hose. Many people will tell you that you can run the in tank pump with a regulator before the carburetor. It also contains some of the wiring for the air bag system. Had a Haynes manual for the engine harness, and alot of tmoss diagrams from very useful. Engine seizure and death will quickly follow.
If it doesn't, the wiring between pin 22 on the computer and the fuel pump relay is bad. Factory terminated with 36 inch wire leads. What does that leave out or what am I missing besides a bad computer?. You will find that most of these harnesses are no longer available from the factory. I've been reading for a couple days now and I haven't been able to answer a couple questions. To test the wiring from the computer, remove the passenger side kick panel and disconnect the computer connector.
If the t bird motor is a low output version it will have the non h. Factory terminated with 18 inch wire leads. The ground for the fuel pump may be larger gauge wire that the fuel tank sender ground wire. Turn the ignition switch to the Run position and observe the fuel pressure. If you have any questions about the wiring procedures, please feel free to ask me. This distributor has a steel gear to be compatible with a roller cam.
The fuel pump has a black wire that supplies the ground to complete the circuit. No voltage there means that the relay has failed, or there is a broken wire in the relay control circuit. The conversion harness seems to work well for most folks. A9L computers are 5 speed only A9P computers are automatic, but will work with a 5 speed. Compatible with engines using both H. Or spend some time on eBay looking for one that may fit.
We are pleased to introduce this stand alone Ford fuel injection harness sized exclusively for both early Mustangs and Broncos. Anyone converting a chasy with a newer engine should make this purchase a high priority to eliminate future wiring issues. But it also go to the self test plug and I believe a 8 pin harness plug. Also does anyone have a pic of a 86 2. To get some idea of what a good reading is, short the two meter leads together and observe the reading. This creates the ground for the primary side of the fuel pump relay. The electrical circuit for the fuel pump has two paths, a control path and a power path.
It will be far easier to just stay here and ask us directly than to search for our old posts on turboford. The computers are very reliable and not prone to failure unless there has been significant electrical trauma to the car. Both are 8-pin connectors I believe. This will take power away from other items on the same circuit or cause the fuse or fuse link to blow. The following information is intended for informational purposes only. I'm going to swap the 8.
The pump should run at full pressure. Same as Mustang Oxygen Sensor Harnesses above but with an additional 24 inches built into the harness to accommodate long tube headers. This is the line to your stock tach. The A9L is the most common manual trans Mass Air computer. This is by far the easiest place to pass in the Start Run signals, and pick up a tach signal. I always had a case of Hot Wheels with me, I would spend hours playing with them and then hours polishing and dusting them off, checking for any scratches. Fuel should squirt out, catch it in a rag.