Just wondering for the people who have done a similar conversion..How was the auto transmission wired up. If the conversion was from an EBII or higher, the auto computer is inbuilt into ECC IV - but mine has a seperate controller for the auto.
Do I have to go to a wrecker and obtain the new loom or is there some other trick that I don't know about.
'92 NC Ghia, 302w 123.9kw at the wheels, dead stock. Peacock Green. Lots of woodgrain and velour
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Mechanically it is an easy fit (apart fromhaving to shift the gas convertor etc). The car is a MPFI, wiring the loom is easy but I am not sure of the Auto part. The EA II through EB had the computer above the brake pedal wheras the EBII integrated the trans computer into the "engine" computer (in the left passenger kick panel)
What does all this mean, totally different wiring locations as one goes out on the drivers side and the other the passengers side. May have to bite the bullet and go the Jolly rogers with wire cutters and procure the loom from the computer to the intake manifold.
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