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    350 TBI in 52 Dodge Coronet

    So helping a buddy out to convert is non running Dodge Coronet to a 350 TBI. I'm thinking on doing a clean wiring install so I'm gonna get a stock harness from a 7427 ECM and remove extra wires that won't be needed.

    So far those are pins
    F15 EGR Solenoid
    E1 EGR
    E15 EGR
    B10 Cruise Control
    F16 Canister Purge
    B16
    E6 SEL

    And maybe
    E12 if he goes no A/C
    And
    E13 cause it seems that it's just a brake switch for the EGR anyone can verify this? (My wiring diagram just shows it a as a brake switch that goes directly to the egr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trippyjoey View Post
    So helping a buddy out to convert is non running Dodge Coronet to a 350 TBI. I'm thinking on doing a clean wiring install so I'm gonna get a stock harness from a 7427 ECM and remove extra wires that won't be needed.

    So far those are pins
    F15 EGR Solenoid
    E1 EGR
    E15 EGR
    B10 Cruise Control
    F16 Canister Purge
    B16
    E6 SEL

    And maybe
    E12 if he goes no A/C
    And
    E13 cause it seems that it's just a brake switch for the EGR anyone can verify this? (My wiring diagram just shows it a as a brake switch that goes directly to the egr.
    If you are using a 4L60E or 4L80E, you need E13 to allow the torque converter to lock and the brake switch to unlock the converter when you step on the brake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast355 View Post
    If you are using a 4L60E or 4L80E, you need E13 to allow the torque converter to lock and the brake switch to unlock the converter when you step on the brake.
    Alright thanks I'll keep it in the harness then since we are using a 4l60e.

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