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Old 07-17-2015, 07:16 PM   #1
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Wiring concerns for a sn95 swap

So I am swapping everything over in my 89gt to my 95gt and I'm worried about the wiring. The previous owner just cut everything on on the sn95 and now I'm wondering if most of the wiring in my fox will switch over ? How about the computers ? I know a full wiring kit can be quite expensive so id like to stay away from having to do that.


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Old 07-22-2015, 01:32 PM   #2
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Please get a new wire kit, it is well worth it, my sn95 has wires everywhere because the last owner did a hack job and I have cords that don't lead anywhere, it's worth it.


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Yea I feel you. My foxbody is the same way. Nothing seems to work and wires are just leading to no where. I am defiantly just going to get a full new kit for my sn95 and do it right .


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Really not that hard of a DIYS!


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Take a trip to the JY and pull a good harness or you'll be hating your life.
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HA ^^^


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-SN95 harness re-pinned for A9L
-Swap in A9L/BAP/Fan controller
-Install aftermarket ignition box (or A9L will not work past 4k RPM)
-Use SN95 electric fan
-Pretty much everything else swaps right in
-Don't **** with trying to keep your 4 lug rims
-Use SN95 bell and SN95 input shaft or your fox stuff and a 5/8" driveshaft spacer
-Profit
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Yea I am selling my wheels today. I'm going to just do it all the right way with 5 lug and have the option to choose from so many wheels. And I will for sure be finding a sn95 harness. Mine in the 95 is just way to cut and rigged up. I am dredding taking apart my dash though, I've never done it before..


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Dash is actually very easy

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