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Guidance on deleting some wires from 93 Mustang GT harness a

I am looking for some guidance on cleaning up the main harness for my 93 GT. I have removed all of the brittle tape/loom for now and I am trying to figure out if there is any other wire I can remove before I rewrap everything.

So far I have removed the old alternator wire on the other harness because now I am running a 3G alternator with a separate 4ga. wire. Now, I am working with the main harness and I am not too sure of what I should do here.

I wont be running the EGR or any of the smog equipment. Is there any wire(s) I can remove? I suppose I could try to splice out the EGR wire considering I plan on running a tune to turn off the CEL for lack of EGR. Only thing that is holding me back is I am not sure of the best way to remove this EGR wire. Also, there appears to be 2 EGR connectors if I am not mistaken? If so then do I try to splice both of them out of the harness?

I will be rewrapping everything with the split techflex sleeving. I also used 3M Super 33 Electrical Tape to wrap the ends of the techflex sleevings. I have already completed some of the smaller harnesses, pictured.

I am just trying to reduce clutter on my harness so it will be easier for me to tuck/hide them away. Thank you!

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if you have the proper EVTm, diagrams

it will tell you were all the splices are, and what not

these harnesses are hard to find

why not leave it whole, just clean it up

is this a strict race car?


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if you have the proper EVTm, diagrams

it will tell you were all the splices are, and what not

these harnesses are hard to find

why not leave it whole, just clean it up

is this a strict race car?
Yeah been thinking about just leave things alone and make sure they will be able to be tucked away in a hidden spot.

Granted, I found the diagram after I made this post (bad move) and then I got a cold feet. I think I will just clean it up like you suggested. In case I move to California one day or sell it to someone from there. I never know.

Not a race car, just for my OCD self...

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