TRS 20th Anniversary
- Oct 31, 2018
- Reaction score
- Pittsburgh, PA
- Vehicle Year
- Make / Model
- Engine Type
- 2.9 V6
- 2WD / 4WD
Reasons to be on the list include:avoided what list?
Like the Dexter Morgan of the evil 2.9 - destroy them all and make sure they never claim another victim. I like it. I'm on board.Factually correct to all of you. Except snoranger. You go to hell.
Also, funny story, I CANNOT find a 2.9 in a junkyard in Pittsburgh. Someone is running around the area buying up all of them within days of them hitting the 'yard.
I've thought about fake posting one on Craigslist on the cheap to see who it is.
It's just my understanding of the matter but I believe there is substantial differences in the 94(OBD1) and 95(OBDII) wiringi wonder how close the 94-95 wiring is to the foxbodies wiring?im sure pretty close.thanx for diagram.very helpful.can't thank u guys enough.if it wasn't for all u guys pointing in the right direction id b pretty lost.
The subject at hand is Foxbody EEC wiring vs SN95 (94-95) EEC wiring..Yes, in Rangers, 1994 and older used the 60-wire EEC-IV computer, 1995 and up used the 104-wire EEC-V computer
The extra 44 wires allowed for better monitoring of engine and emission systems, not all wires were used of course, nor were all 60 wires used on the 1994 and earlier
OBD(on board diagnostics) is a communications protocol, it wasn't standardized until OBD2 which became the standard required by law on any vehicle sold in US and Canada from 1996 and up, and is still the communications standard
Ford did it in Rangers in 1995 but ...............the 1995 OBD2 version can give some OBD2 readers trouble, lol
1996 and up are fine
OBD1 was just OBD until OBD2, lol, and it has a few versions even on Fords and for sure other car makers 1995 and older