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post #1 of 6 Old 01-31-2008, 10:32 PM Thread Starter
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oxygen Sensor Harness Connector ?

Alright guys I feel stupid. I can't find the connector for the o2 sensor harness in the engine harness. Anyone one know around where its located? I just finished installing my new motor and can't find the connector to plug the harness back in.


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look around the starter area. I think mine came down from the pass side fender/strut area down towards the motor mount and back to the starter and back to the o2's. Good luck,
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look around the starter area. I think mine came down from the pass side fender/strut area down towards the motor mount and back to the starter and back to the o2's. Good luck,
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Thanks for the help Jim. Well if thats where it came from I probably hid it in the fender. I guess I'll be pulling that harness back out.

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On the other fords, it's a seperate harness that plugs in, you might have disconnected and removed that harness.... It's been awhile since I've looked at a fox....

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Its a small harness with plugs for 2 02 sensors, a plug for the oil pan, and a large connector that plugs in underneath my mass air meter, I'm actually looking for a schematic for mine as someone has been cutting/splicing in it. Thats how mine is and it is a 1988 converted to mass air.

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I removed the main 02 harness when I painted the engine bay. Well I had hid the engine harness wires on the passenger side and tucked away the connector. I found it today and pulled it back out. Everything is good now.

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