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EJ to EA Adaptor


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#1 Guest_Subie8_*

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Posted 18 April 2007 - 07:57 AM

I Heard of This EJ to EA Adaptor. i'd like to get this but i'm concernd about the wires. is thier adaptors for wires? if not do i have to split wires and if i have to do that is their a wireing diagram i could fallow?

John

#2 NoahDL88

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Posted 18 April 2007 - 01:41 PM

The adapter just makes the EJ engine fit the EA tranny.

The wiring is all on your own

There are a few places on here if you search for a writeup on it, and there are a couple of guys here that will do the wiring for you.

Also if you want to do it yourself, get the wiring "how to" from Kenedy engineering, its like 25 bucks but totally worth it, thats how i did my first one.

#3 monstaru

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 05:31 PM

The adapter just makes the EJ engine fit the EA tranny.

The wiring is all on your own

There are a few places on here if you search for a writeup on it, and there are a couple of guys here that will do the wiring for you.

Also if you want to do it yourself, get the wiring "how to" from Kenedy engineering, its like 25 bucks but totally worth it, thats how i did my first one.




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#4 Pooparu

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 05:49 PM

I found this when I was doing my swap.

http://rides.webshot...042305049ntcJbF



I Heard of This EJ to EA Adaptor. i'd like to get this but i'm concernd about the wires. is thier adaptors for wires? if not do i have to split wires and if i have to do that is their a wireing diagram i could fallow?

John






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