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I have a 1988 5.8L V8 351 windsor small block with some deep electrical issues. I'm looking for a new fabricated injector harness and an ECU harness. No one in the world seems to have any of this and I do not want to part out connectors and build my own. Does any company make these? Any advice would be awesome. Thanks everyone
 

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Yo Greeneman,
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Contact Ron Francis @ Pre-Wrapped Ford Fuel Injection Harnesses: Ron Francis Wiring

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1988 Bronco Dealer Brochure @ https://www.broncocorral.com/resources/1988_ford_bronco_brochure.pdf

Haynes Red Manual for 80-95 Bronco & F Series @ Hanes guide 80-96 bko f series.pdf by BroncMom

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I have a 1988 5.8L V8 351 windsor small block with some deep electrical issues. I'm looking for a new fabricated injector harness and an ECU harness. No one in the world seems to have any of these and I do not want to part out connectors and build my own. Does any company make these? Any advice would be awesome. Thanks everyone
 

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Ron Francis has truck harnesses. Not cheap. They don’t list an 88. Not sure if there is much difference over the EECIV years.
 

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I have a 1988 5.8L V8 351 windsor small block with some deep electrical issues. I'm looking for a new fabricated injector harness and an ECU harness. No one in the world seems to have any of these and I do not want to part out connectors and build my own. Does any company make these? Any advice would be awesome. Thanks everyone
Got a "used" harness from e-bay. Not "exactly" the same but with the shop manuals and doing a side by side comparo it is workable. Good Luck!

I have a 1988 5.8L V8 351 windsor small block with some deep electrical issues. I'm looking for a new fabricated injector harness and an ECU harness. No one in the world seems to have any of these and I do not want to part out connectors and build my own. Does any company make these? Any advice would be awesome. Thanks everyone
 
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