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I believe the clips is shown in your original picture of the new wiring harness. I'm just starting my build back up after moving and renovating our house so unfortunately I've 'misplaces' the other half to the clip and only have what's left on the firewall for reference.
Sorry @concretejungle , I missed your post. My issues are that I performed a "while I'm in there" maneuver. In hindsight, I should have just worked on the head rather than pull the entire engine and seal everything up tight. I replaced every gasket, seal, hose, clamp, and consumable. I was too far in $$$ wise and used the old wiring harness. Initially everything was working great. In august I took a road trip to Coopers Rock State Park in WV with my daughter. We met up with my dad/step-mom and hung out. Apparently moving the aged wiring harness caused the insulation to open up in several places along the harness. All my grounds are solid but I believe the moisture has caught up with the open wires on the loom. The injectors were faulting and it is impossible to nail down. I am in the process of pulling the wiring harness, cutting it open, replacing corroded wires, and sealing everything back up. That has been put on hold because I bought a 60 series that is in dire need of refurbishment and that old machine has really peaked my interest. I really just need to save up for the new harness and replace it.What issues are you having? I ask because i have a new harness hanging in the garage and i've almost motivated myself into replacing that bad boy... almost.
Help! Can anyone tell me what the eyelet wire goes to in my photo? Did I a rebuild and this is the only thing that I cant remember or didnt take a picture of. It comes out of the wire harness down by the starter but it is not the starter wire. I see it in the picture above but no description for it. A shove in the rift direction would be greatly appreciated!
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Looks like the ground strap that goes to the bottom of the intake manifold.