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Major issues with EEC power loss, video and questions

here is the car driving, the entire time the car is held WOT for the most part to try and get it home. i broke down a few blocks from home at the end of the video.


cutting out all the bullcrap that ive been through. i can directly affect the extreme RICH conditions i get by moving the wiring connections around by the ecu.

my car is a 93', i have looked up the schematics for the engine harness. not only do my wire colors not match, but the connection appearance is off too. this is for the 2 connectors and one ecu ground that go to the interior of the car.

is there a 93' specific harness diagram? what would you guys do to diagnose this better? i left it idling today and wiggled around the wires, i can't pinpoint which one it is. however, i was able to take the car from a perfect 15;1 a/f ratio at idle to instantly dead engine by wiggling them around. something in the kick panel area is causing this..


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