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2011 to 2014 Ford Coyote 5.0 V-8 Modular

2011 to 2014 Ford Coyote 5.0 V-8 Modular Engine Wiring Kits
$1,000.00

2011 to 2014 Ford Coyote 5.0 V-8 Modular Engine Wiring Kits

ECM must be reprogrammed to remove PATS anti-theft.  This harness allows you to mount the computer up to 20 feet (in Trunk, under seat, behind kick panel) from the sensors. The computer plugs in 18 inches from the Telorvek panel used as a junction between the computer and sensors that contains the fuses, relays and check engine light. Then you plug in each sensor and run the wires back to a terminal block on the panel, cutting the excess wire and crimping a fork terminal. Place the numbered wire with terminal under the numbered screw and tighten. Each wire is printed where it is coming from or going to every 10 inches. Once every sensor is plugged in, you will have 3 wires to hook up (Battery feed, Ignition feed and ground). It is built in the U.S.A. with brand new OEM Ford connectors, 260 degree automotive grade GXL wire (thicker insulation than TXL wire). Harness can be used with long tube headers or stock exhaust manifolds.

A complete universal wiring systems for the 2011 to 2014 Ford Coyote 5.0 V-8 engine with manual and 6R80 automatic transmissions. This wiring kit is set up for manual transmission. These engines originally used a “returnless” fuel system.  The ECM maintained a fuel pump that was equipped to operate at variable speeds.  A fuel pump driver and fuel rail pressure transducer worked with the ECM to control this special fuel pump.  To use this wiring kit, you will need to use a return fuel system.  You will need to install a fuel pressure regulator between the pump and fuel rail and run a return line from that fuel pressure regulator back to the fuel tank.  These engines require 32-33 PSI at idle and 41-42 PSI at Wide open throttle. Comes with everything to connect all factory sensors on the engine and transmission to your factory ECM plus wiring for the fuel pump, electric fan and diagnostic port. ECM programming required.