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Old 01-28-2019, 03:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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help identifying a connector

I am new to this site, i have looked through many sites try to find out this connector/ resistor?? it is on a 1991 4.0 MJ green wire from the coil to a black maybe resistor??, it has two grounds and two other leads. I am doing a motor swap this was unhooked not by me so just try to find out what it is for. I tried to post a pic but is is asking for url so I hope some knows what I am referring to too.
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This is from the 92 MJ. I don't see any wire that goes from green to black. Your wires should trace to the ECU, alternator, and injectors (assuming the wiring is the same of course).

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