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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old May 3rd, 14, 12:25 PM Thread Starter
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LT1 into 69 elcamino

Hello need some advice or direction I am installing a stock 96 LT1 into my 69 ElCamino wondering if any one can help with the wiring I am intending to use the 96 ecm and wiring unless there is something better I have not heard about. Just not sure about how to connect the 96 wiring to the 69 electrical Point me towards a web site/book or let me know what I am doing thanks appreciate the help and have a great day.
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Re: LT1 into 69 elcamino

Whatever you do, make sure you make notes. "Plan your work, and work your plan". If you make a layout, you can follow it, and it will make troubleshooting much easier later on. Read up and figure out your "cross over connections" that link the old vehicle wiring that will be common to the original factory stuff and the new ECM and related circuits.

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Re: LT1 into 69 elcamino

Thank you for the response I am sure in the links that you sent me I will figure it out again thanks I do appreciate all the help John
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