Need wiring color help on 94 Ranger 3.0L Please...
I just got done putting the engine back together on my sister's 94 Ranger 3.0L after she popped a head gasket. I them them resurfaced, full valve job, then I put everything back together with new head bolts, etc. etc. I have all the engine wiring back in place except for two wires. One of these wires has an L-shaped connector on the wires end and comes about 6" out of the harness with another wire. The plug on it looks like the same kind that goes on the small center post on the starter solenoid, or the temp gauge. The color for that wire is white with a red stripe. It has no home and I don't remember removing it when I pulled the engine apart. The other wire, from the same location as the one mentioned above, comes is about twice as long, is broken off on the end, and is white with a pink stripe. I really need to know what this wire is for. The engine is 100 percent back together and will not start. It cranks, but no fire. I pulled the coil wire and I can hear the coil firing to the distributor as I crank it, but it just won't start. I don't know if these two wires are keeping it from starting up though. I looked up that white with a pink striped wire in the Chilton's manual and according to it, it goes from the ignition module to the EEC. I could not find the first one anywhere though.
Could anyone tell me where these two wires are supposed to go?