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Where can you buy new engine and computer wiring harness for 1986 ranger 2.9 V6 4x4?

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2011-09-14 11:11:46
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You cannot get a "New" engine, however you can get a remanufactured engine. They are available at most parts stores (Special order from their warehouse), or even on eBay sometimes, or you can go the expensive route and get one from a dealership. I have yet to see a "New" Wiring harness either. But replacements are easily found at any salvage yard. There are sites you can visit such as broncoii-ranger.com or therangerstation.com and people sometimes sell their extra parts of their parts cars.

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