OBD II Conversion


fordman49450

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Hello, I have a 94 Ranger 4X4 with the 4.0 and M5OD trans. I have worked for ford for 7 years. I have done a few conversions in trucks cars, but I have not done a Ranger. I was wondering if there are any factors involved besides just sorting out the wiring and such to convert my truck to OBDII. This way I can have more choices when it comes to performance and diagnostics. If any of you have researched or done, this let me know what you found. Thanks
 


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AllanD

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The stuff that you have diagnostic input from is stuff that really isn't performance related.

as for "performance" stick with EEC4, atleast your 1994 has an active data link
('93-up on 4.0's).

You don't need cat monitors and setting up to have the evap monitors work?
If you reaally want that you are nuts.

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