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Discussion in '1979-1993 4.6L Conversion' started by twoll86, Mar 27, 2009.

  1. ponyboy89lx

    ponyboy89lx Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    There was a car taking a terminator motor and transplanting it into a fox and he was using the new harness but was switching the connector plugs to work with the fox dash. It was on corral.net where I seen it. It was a rather interesting build he was integrating the terminator key switch and all that stuff onto his fox steering column, little more fab work and wiring involved but it will make a super clean build that way.
     
  2. 88Foxbody

    88Foxbody Active Member

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    I looked at corral and believe I found the thread. Is it the father daughter build? Anyways been thinking about dash harness and stumbled upon Dakota digital cluster to replace fox cluster. Considering using this since it pretty much a stand alone cluster then figure out what to do with the rest of fox harness. Do you know how the headlights ac heat controls fuel door release etc wire in? Are they run directly off fuse box?

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  3. ponyboy89lx

    ponyboy89lx Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    yes it is the father daughter build
     
  4. Raymond Chaffin

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    subscribed...
     
  5. P60

    P60 Member

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    whats he want for this service? Im not sure i wanna do this part as i hate wiring

    i tried to donate but it wouldnt let me because im from canada,any way around this?
     
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  6. 93foxterminator

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    I am in a wiring nightmare!
     
  7. svt dave

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    I'm just going to be starting my termi- fox swap. I was going to use the cobra harness and cluster and fabricate it into the fox dash. I've seen pics of it done and it looks ok and this way there will be a little less wiring.
     
  8. beachmustang

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    great info!
     
  9. Josh L

    Josh L New Member

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    Great article, thanks!
     
  10. Eddie13

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    Ver y Nice
     
  11. Eddie13

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  12. Eddie13

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    anyone have pics of how they did there fuse block wiring under the dash
     
  13. Zasada831

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    Awesome! i will be using this write up.. Thanks for taking the time to type this out..!
     
  14. RobotWrench

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    Excellent write up, this will help with my dohc 4.6 swap.
     
  15. RobotWrench

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    The sn95 brake link you attached isn't working for me, is that because I do not have full forum access yet?
     
  16. 86notch

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    do any of you guys have the interior swap guide thanks
     
  17. Bill

    Bill Well-Known Member Staff Member Donator

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    I don't think you will find a step by step guide. However, you will find hundreds of posts with pics on how to do different parts of it. I would suggest downloading every single one you can find and putting you own guide together. There are at least 4 ways to do everything in the interior. Don't just save links. Links get broken all the time.
     

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