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Old 08-13-2006, 15:59   #1 (permalink)
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95 EEC locale

For the life of me I can't find the EEC connector block(s) of my 95 4.6L T-Bird. Can anyone help? I understand it is near the passanger side shock housing, but I see nothing that I feel comfortable pulling the top off of
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Re: 95 EEC locale

Umm, I think you might be looking in the wrong place. If its a '95, it should be OBD II in which case the connector would be under the dash in the passenger side. Near the left, close to the center console.
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Re: 95 EEC locale

Its actually in the right passenger kick panel. on 95's you have to remove two small panels. You'll have to remove the main plug/wire harness and connector in order to pull out the computer. You'll need a 9/32 or a 9mm (I think) socket as the harness is bolted to the eec; the car won't start without the bolt in place. Hope this helps.

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