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Unread 08-20-2010, 07:13 PM   #1
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XJ Rebuild...need electrical help!

OK, so the body on my '93 XJ was cracked, so I got a body from a '91 and am putting the guts from the '93 into it. I'm pretty far along and everything has fit...except when I'm plugging electrical stuff in the engine compartment. I have a bunch of ends just hanging out in the breeze w/ no partner to fit into.
My questions are:
Does anyone know of any compatibility issues with the '93's guts being put in a '91 body (using the '91's electrical, only took the engine, tranny, t-case, etc from the '93)?
Does anyone have any good pictures under their hoods so I can see what it's supposed to look like?
Anyone with anything useful to say will be warmly welcomed.
I will be much more detailed and can provide pics when asked.

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