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Old 02-24-2013, 02:12 AM   #1
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Hello im in the process of swaping motors in my 93 f150. It has a 302 in it at the moment. I have a 300 inline 6 in a truck that got in to a wreck. Both are efi and i was wondering if i had to swap wiring harnesis. i know i have to swap the ecu but just wanted to make sure about the wiring.

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guess no one knows
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Just wondering why you would want to go from 302 to a 300. Google it and you will get your information. You could also just look at the harness ends an see if thy look the same.
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well cuz there is 3 con rods though the block on the 302 and i personaly think 302s are garbage. and i have a truck with a 300 in it that is totaled so im going to make 1 truck from 2
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