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How do you wire a crate engine Just the basic starter and distributor and power to fuse block wires?

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2006-02-23 01:45:36
2006-02-23 01:45:36

You wire a crate engine the same way you took out the old engine. You might also want to check for any sort of wires for sensors if your veichle has those.

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