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[11/21/2002] Ford Racing Announces New 4.6L 4-Valve Modular Wiring Harness Kits


Late-model engines are seldom swap-friendly: Computer-controlled systems can create a myriad of concerns. To solve many of these problems, Ford Racing Technology is creating six different stand-alone wiring harness kits specifically for the new 5.0-liter Cammer crate engine:

* Conventional underhood-mounted battery
* Conventional underhood-mounted battery with additional circuits for electric cooling fans and A/C equipment
* Rear-mounted battery applications
* Rear-mounted battery applications with additional circuits for electric cooling fans and A/C equipment
* Race car-style, where electronics are routed to the front-passenger-seat location
* Race car-style, where electronics are routed to the front-passenger-seat location with additional circuits for electric cooling fans and A/C equipment

Each harness kit will include original equipment (OE)-spec terminals, connectors and wire, a single bulkhead connector, a fuse box, a power distribution box, electronic control modules, fuel pump relays, diagnostic connectors, all the necessary switch connections and an engine-control module (computer) that’s specifically calibrated for the 5.0-liter Cammer crate engine. Oxygen sensors, exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) systems and feedback fuel-air-ratio control are all in place. There are no circuits to manage an electronically controlled automatic transmission.

The harness designs are flexible and adaptable, so customers can create a high-end street rod or show car with none of the classic engine wiring hassles.

SOURCE: Ford Motor Company

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