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LT1 In 3rd Gen swap. Wiring write up.

Old 01-16-2008, 06:08 PM
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on the 87' TPI harness which of the wires coming out of the firewall on the driver side turns on the a/c compressor and which for the fuel pump in tank?
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Old 09-27-2009, 06:11 PM
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I just swap a 95 engine, Harness, Computer and transmission into a 96 body, The harness plugs up the same but some of the wires are different on some of the connections, Example:My 95 4pin black(C210) does not have the orange constant power wire on the computer side.

My question is can I use the 96 harness even though it has the crank trigger on the front or do I need to bypass it some how, Thanks.
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On connector C100 3rd gen bulkhead, F4 (pink) is not used? It is listed in the wiring manual as ignition.
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Old 07-19-2013, 03:28 AM
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Re: LT1 In 3rd Gen swap. Wiring write up.

I'm really confused with the bulk connector c100 from the rs, it says purple to starter solenoid and then the 4 pin connector from the lt1 is the same, those that mean splice then together? or do they go separate to the starter solenoid
Please help, their good instructions but I'm a bit confused
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