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4.0 engine wiring harness

Old 04-26-2019, 06:44 PM
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Location: Indiana
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Year: 1994
Model: Cherokee (XJ)
Engine: 4.0 I6 H.O.
Default 4.0 engine wiring harness

Would anyone happen to know where i can order a new or at least decent condition engine wiring harness for a 1994 Jeep Xj 4.0 ho a/t 4x4 242tc?
I understand i may have to do some building and splicing of my own.
The harness that goes from pcm to injectors,cps,o2s,map, ect.
I am going through checking my wires for a different issue. Thats besides the point.
If i can get a decent harness that i can rebuild if needed. This would give me a better understanding of every single wire in the harness and well i may throw it on another Xj instead of that one.
Looking to pay anywhere from $100-$250. If 300 or more is the only options anyone can find i will have to check it out id be willing. You know an xj 3 months younger than I and it can't regenerate cells the way we can im trying do a full restoration then mod this this to a monster you can practically live in go anywhere do anything. Long term will convert to carburetor but thats another days challenge
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