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Old 04-27-2014
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Wire connection points

Hi, I recently replaced both my heads on my 87 2.9 ranger, and I'm still in the process of putting everything back together and I've ran into a problem with what I assume are two sensor wires. The first one is a sold green wire, and the second one is a yellow wire with a red stripe. Hopefully the pictures show enough of where the wires can be found, if not I can post different shots of each. Any help is appreciated, pictures help a lot.
More information on the engine: 4x4, manual trans, no A/C.
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