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PostPosted: Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:13 am 
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Ok so Thanks to Flying Eagle for getting me going but I gotta stop PM'ing him. Feel like a kid asking for mom for Cracker Jacks at the supermarket...lol. But back to it. So i bought an 89 Mirage with a ton of work on her but it seems like there's parts missing now that i'm working on getting her running again. I've gone in and out of the manual looking to see were my issues are but they put a 4g63 in the bay so the wiring is modified. The car does finally crank but no start so I'm sure its ignition now.The Youtube link has a video showing what i'm assuming is missing and needed to get this thing working or am I wrong?


It has COP setup but does this need something else?

Help me oh great 4g61... :prayer:

PostPosted: Mon Mar 06, 2017 1:28 pm 
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Did the car ever have AC?

The AC switch gets a connector much like the grey one you show, that sits on top of the switch, LF strut tower.

IF you can get most if not all of the wiring, up and back along the firewall, it may help alleviate some "original location" issues for parts that were removed/deleted from use.

I've never installed a COP setup but what you show, appears to be what you should need. Was it running on that COP setup previously?

Do you have spark when the CAS is cranking ?

Fuel pump turning on when cranking ?

Injectors firing when cranking ?

Fuel and spark .... we know there should be enough air to make something happen.

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