Moved your thread over to the SN95 Tech forum. You stand a much better chance of getting a response here.
Do you by chance, have your cable routed near exhaust where it's picking up a bunch of heat?
I think he's planning to go on the next moon mission. o_O
Where is it located?
Yeah... You two can cry in your beers together. :P
Mustang Cobra Grille Insert Installation - 5.0Resto (87-93 Fox Body) by Jarrod@latemodel posted Jun 20, 2014 at 9:46 AM
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Possibly. If the car runs, wait until dark. Open up the hood, start the motor, and look for any pretty blue light shows.
I've been able to track...
I don't think so man. Best way to check though is to just pull codes and ohm out that link to make sure it's good.
Or is your EEC already fried?
I was 8 before I realized that I could remove it. :shrug:
Meh... A little more welding and it'll be fine.
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You probably don't need a new cable if your current one is OEM. Cable stretch doesn't really mean much once you have a firewall adjuster installed.
Shhhhh... People might get the idea that I try to administer this forum while NOT under the influence. :nono:
Use your OEM cable.
That's an SD computer.
That thing is AMAZING!