Hey Don, this kit is only used for the Coyote 5.0 that Ford started making in 2010. It is a complete different setup than the 4.6 engines used.
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | Comment 0 0
I'm about to start my swap from 4.6 to the new Coyote 5.0.
I wanted to know if I keep the old wire harness or can I remove all of the original wires and replace them with the new control pack for the Coyote engine, also can someone give me some input (Help) on how to install a return fuel system required for the swap.
Asked by NELSON O. from PORT SAINT LUCIE | Comment 0 0
you will no longer use the existing engine harness that is currently on your car. the coyote harness and controls pack will be integrated into your main chassis harness to supply all the necessary power and trigger wires needed. If you are wanting to go factory style fuel lines, you can use fuel lines from a 94-97 GT or Cobra along with the fuel tank from the same car. However,Most people doing this swap on the return-less fuel system cars make their own new fuel lines out of High performance fuel hose and -AN type fittings. There are several ways you can do this, you just have to research which one you prefer and best suites your needs and proceed down that road.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | 2 Comments 1 0
Yes this controls pack will work on the F-150 engines as well. I used it on my swap and it works very well. The harness uses factory connections for the motor so the harness is a plug and play. Inside the vehicle you will have to tap into power wires, fuel pump wires, and Ignition wires from the existing chassis harness of your car. The chassis harness power taps are what gives the harness and controls pack power and the few remaining input signals it needs to function.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | 1 Comments 1 0
you would get a handheld tuner like the part # SCT-NA7015B that has a custom tune on it and it will get you fixed up. The pre-set "canned tunes" in the SCT do not support the Harness and controls pack PCM strategy which is why the custom tune is needed to make any changes.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 0 0