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Old 06-17-2013, 05:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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4.0l standalone wiring harness

Anyone know where to buy one of these things?? When I did my swap years ago they didn't exist to my knowledge. I have heard rumors of them being produced recently but cant seem to find them. I just need the main engine sensors and not the full 12 circuit replacement harness that you can buy from painless.

I have a 92 xj 4.0 swapped in my 87 yj and I salvaged the entire harness and computer when I swapped. I then went through and discarded what wasn't needed. Now that my rig is trail only, I want to clean up what is left and simplify things to be more maintenance friendly.

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Old 06-17-2013, 11:44 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Pm satan on here, he's a badass at the wiring. He just reworked my complete jeep and it looks awesome.
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Satan's inbox is full - anyone else doing this work?
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@Marty, SoCal you think you could help?
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Thank You I pm'd Marty.

I work about a block from the Painless Wiring Head Quarters in Fort Worth, Texas - I stopped by last week to ask why they do not make a 4.0 harness - the owner, I forgot his name didn't have a good reason, but it had something to do with the LS and Gen III v8 market being their primary business and no need to diversify.

I've used Painless products on CJ restorations and American Auto Wire's products on a 67 Bronco Build. This YJ has proven difficult.

HESCO
Goleen
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and anyone else I could think of were not really any help.

12-volt isn't my bag so anyone willing to take my money and provide a quality build of a harness would be appreciated.
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Thank You I pm'd Marty.

I work about a block from the Painless Wiring Head Quarters in Fort Worth, Texas - I stopped by last week to ask why they do not make a 4.0 harness - the owner, I forgot his name didn't have a good reason, but it had something to do with the LS and Gen III v8 market being their primary business and no need to diversify.

I've used Painless products on CJ restorations and American Auto Wire's products on a 67 Bronco Build. This YJ has proven difficult.

HESCO
Goleen
NOVACK
ADVANCED
and anyone else I could think of were not really any help.

12-volt isn't my bag so anyone willing to take my money and provide a quality build of a harness would be appreciated.
I was wondering that as well. The only Jeep Harness painless has for the YJ is for the 4.2L. And they want an arm and a leg for it. I likewise have had no luck finding anyone making an aftermarket harness for a YJ with the 4.0L. I have resigned myself to spending the tedious hours cleaning up and reworking my original harness at this point.
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Thank You I pm'd Marty.

I work about a block from the Painless Wiring Head Quarters in Fort Worth, Texas - I stopped by last week to ask why they do not make a 4.0 harness - the owner, I forgot his name didn't have a good reason, but it had something to do with the LS and Gen III v8 market being their primary business and no need to diversify.

I've used Painless products on CJ restorations and American Auto Wire's products on a 67 Bronco Build. This YJ has proven difficult.

HESCO
Goleen
NOVACK
ADVANCED
and anyone else I could think of were not really any help.

12-volt isn't my bag so anyone willing to take my money and provide a quality build of a harness would be appreciated.
I did an obd1 4.0 in my cj and it was 5 wires to make it work. Over on Jeep forum there’s several threads about this. Not a lot of info here. But it was really simple. Hardest part of my swap was figuring out the curl pump.
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I did an obd1 4.0 in my cj and it was 5 wires to make it work. Over on Jeep forum there’s several threads about this. Not a lot of info here. But it was really simple. Hardest part of my swap was figuring out the curl pump.
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I thought Hesco made one for a while. I looked for one about three years ago and found one there.
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