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Old 01-18-2011
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Older model wiring help

I have a 1990 Ranger. Tranny was bad and high milage 2.3 ran great. All was removed to make ready for new tranny and new "modified 2.3. Computer was removed and and am in process of wiring to older carburator standards. Am using new one wire alternator and exterior voltage regulator. Am also using MSD 6AL with dura spark ll distributor.
Can't exactly remember how to wire all this. Also want to make sure dash and gauges function properly and electric fuel pump was removed from tank as am using mechanical fuel pump. Any Help out there?
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"90" Modified Ranger
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