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Offline 1969 Cale II

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difference between 93 and 94 distributors
« on: February 11, 2018, 10:41:48 AM »
Doing a street rod and using a 94 5.0 GT motor and the wiring kit says to backdate to a 93 dist. What is the difference? Major or minor?
Chris

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Re: difference between 93 and 94 distributors
« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2018, 08:35:13 PM »
I built a remote TFI system for my race car -- put the TFI on the firewall, not the distributor -- and suffice to say there are many wiring issues between the many years of TFI modules and how the distributor is wired.
If I remember right there are a lot plug changes of the many electrical components on the 94/95 versus the earlier cars -- including the distributor.

If you want to know the changes to just the distributor/TFI:
https://www.stangnet.com/mustang-forums/threads/94-95-86-93-distributors.707237/

It's easier to just buy another distributor than mess with any of this. For most of the wiring kits (like Painless) start with a complete 93 or earlier car/motor.
Bill
Concours 3/2/67 GT350
Driven     6/6/70 0T02G160xxx B302
Modified  5/18/65 5F09A728xxx 2+2
Race       65 Coupe front clip, Convertible frame mods and SFCs; 2+2 conversion; Many 'glass parts