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Old 09-30-2008, 13:03   #1 (permalink)
jtm
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confused Where did that connector go again?

Just had tons of fun, replaced the timing belt, distributor, harmonic balancer, crank sensor, unfortunatley I pulled the wiring harness back to do the work, and now I have one single wire connector left over

Car is a 95 GT 2.5 V6, Auto, loaded, the wiring harness is on the passenger side towards the back, goes to the thermostat housing, crank sensor, etc.. The wire is about a foot back from those connections, about 6" long with a push on type connector like the old style oil/temp sensors, wire is black, has power when ignition is on. Of course the car won't start, but has power at the distributor. Already put back in my old distributor to check, it worked before but was out of spec
I think it used to go under the intake, but can't seem to find where?
Anybody find a sensor location diagram? I already tried the ford dealer, the junk yard, Manuals aren't worth spit!

Thanks for any help, love the car want it back up again
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