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I'm just about finished with this ongoing Ford Pantera project.
Engine is complete, I have the FAST EFI system as well as the DIS coil packs and so on.
The plug from the TPS on the injector body has me stumped. Inside the plug is the Ford logo. I took the tps to my local Ford parts dealer and they had no idea as to what it fit.
Does any body on this board have any suggestions??
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Humm, don't know about the plug but that engine is "BITCHIN"!!!!  

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If I remember correctly, Napa will have a catalog of replacement pigtails of all makes.  There should be information in there as to what it might fit.  If it's off the TPS, then there should be a plug that connects with it to go back to the PCM.  Three wires would make sense as well, supply, reference, and return.  That's just a wild guess though.......

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that looks like the marine eecv tps connector, i am assuming their is a harness for that engine package from ford and most likely a pcm to go with.

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Don't know about that plug. But that is one nice eng  \:D/

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To be honest it'll be a nightmare to go through all the different plugs to find a mating half, I'd be tempted to buy a complete pair of any other connector and replace it all... there's only a low voltage and small current so it can be very small pins..

If you don't want to do this then let me have a few more details and I'll see if I can come up with the correct part.. I have an inside line on this sort of stuff.

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Let me have the # shown in the 1st picture ending in AA and I'll look it up..

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At the shop I have a book with pics of various connectors I got from the Ford parts department that I buy from.  I will check it in the morning and see if I can get you a Ford part number.

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To all, thanks for the response.
I had the numbers on a sticky when I went to the Ford dealership, but can't seem to find it at home.
I'll look up the numbers again when I get to the shop in the morning.

This build has been quite a challenge.
This is a 351 C stroked to 409CI has comp cams retrofit hyd roller and for some reason the owner wanted the 2bbl Edelbrock heads????????
This will be in a 1971 Ford Pantera.
The big problem was that owner wanted to run the EFI on this engine and the front runner covers the distributor hole.
We decided on a crank trigger and 8 MSD DIS coils. Problem was getting a cam sync for the EFI.
I modified a stock distributor and ground off all but one of the reluctor points fro the cam sync.
As soon as I can find the proper match to the TPS plug, or just adapt some other male/female plug it's off to the dyno.

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blwilliams wrote:
This is a 351 C stroked to 409CI has comp cams retrofit hyd roller and for some reason the owner wanted the 2bbl Edelbrock heads????????


If the edelbrock heads follow the design of the Ford production heads at all the 4bbl heads had an intake port that was way too big.

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If the edelbrock heads follow the design of the Ford production heads at all the 4bbl heads had an intake port that was way too big.

My biggest concern about the two barrel heads is that there is quite a port mismatch between the Morrison manifold and the Edelbrock 2 barrel heads.
I believe the people at Morrison have there own head that the ports will match up correctly.  They told the fellow that the Edelbrock heads would bolt up to their manifold. They neglected to tell him about the distributor situation as well as the port mismatch.

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Sam, on the inside of the plug is the following number:
E43B14489AA There is the Ford logo as well and seperatly, H5.
On the outside of the plug is the following:
E9FF9B989BA 4K12A.

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see if it looks like this one the same end you have.

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blwilliams wrote:
Sam, on the inside of the plug is the following number:
E43B14489AA There is the Ford logo as well and seperatly, H5.
On the outside of the plug is the following:
E9FF9B989BA 4K12A.

Thanks in advance

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Bruce I'll have a look round tomorrow and see what I can find..

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See if your Ford dealer has a 3UTZ-14S411-LHA.  i just checked with my local ford parts department and they said it was obsolete but there are still some available. He said he could get me one from Beaver Dam but it would take 3-4 days and it's 38 bucks. I have a picture of it in front of me and that is the correct part.  Sorry, I meant to do that this morning.

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