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Old 03-18-2015
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How to remove and OHC wiring from an explorer?

Okay so i have the OHC, and the mounting bracket down from the roof. Also pulled all of the pigtail down to the fire wall where it goes behind the dash. Anyone know how to get the rest of it out from behind the dash? Does it end some sort of connector? Where is it plugged into? Should i just cut the wire? Also i found the temp sensor. do i just cut that wire or do i need to somehow follow it. The explorer is a 96.
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Honestly, when I pulled mine in a u-pull, i just cut the wires 6 inches of the OHC, and 6 inches of the therm sensor
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Old 03-18-2015
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I just clipped them as well foe the ones I have sold on here. You can find wiring and install info on a few of the forums as for what wire does what. I could even help you whenever you get back if you want.
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