(4.6 V-8 Modular Engine Wiring Kits, Custom Apps, Engine Swaps)
You get everything you need for your engine to run like factory. Based on the Telorvek panel, the system allows you to install the computer just about anywhere in the vehicle.
Here's how it works: The sensor connectors are factory installed to 20 foot lengths of wire. Once you plug the connector into the sensor, run the wires back to the Telorvek panel. The Telorvek panel has factory installed connectors to then plug into the factory computer.
What this offers you: Installer chooses the location of components. Wires can be dressed for a neat, professional look. Simplified diagnostic troubleshooting.
This engine was introduced in 1993 in the Mark VIII. This was Ford?s new modular design engine which utilizes some of the same parts to create a lower horsepower engine used in other Ford models. The 4.6 engine in the Mark VIII utilizes a thirty two valve, double over head cam design to create 280 horsepower while the 4.6 in other Ford models is a single overhead cam engine that produces 205 horsepower. The Mark VIII engine has intake manifold runner control solenoids which operate plates which are closed below 3000 RPM so the engine is running on two valves per cylinder. With no air delivered to the secondary intake valves, economy and emissions are improved at low RPM. Above 3000 the plates open increasing air delivered to each cylinder for more power on demand. The 4.6 engine has two ignition coils with each coil firing four cylinders. The 4R70W transmission is used behind this engine. Factory ECM can be used in factory configuration.
Harnesses are drop shipped by Ron Francis via UPS ground service and most of them are made to order (not stocked) so immediate shipment is not expected.
-Download install instructions here: INSTRUCTIONS
Wiring Kit for 1996 Lincoln Mark VIII 4.6 V-8 Modular Engine (Telorvek)
- Brand: Ron Francis
- Product Code: MK-93A
- Availability: 1