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 Post subject: EFII Fairmont Manual Conversion
Posted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 7:44 pm 
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Hi,

I know there's probably a million threads on this but I've just got a couple of specific questions...

1. I am lead to believe that the Gear box, pedal box etc... From a 1993 Falcon S Pack will fit straight into my 1995 EFII Fairmont. The only issue I can see is the Drive shaft as this 1993 is a sedan and mines a wagon.

2. What do you suggest I do about the computer? Obviously I can't use the EBII Computer in my EFII

3. Are there any other issues with this conversion?

Thanks

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 Post subject: Re: EFII Fairmont Manual Conversion
Posted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 7:53 pm 
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EF_nut wrote:
Hi,

I know there's probably a million threads on this but I've just got a couple of specific questions...

1. I am lead to believe that the Gear box, pedal box etc... From a 1993 Falcon S Pack will fit straight into my 1995 EFII Fairmont. The only issue I can see is the Drive shaft as this 1993 is a sedan and mines a wagon.

2. What do you suggest I do about the computer? Obviously I can use the EBII Computer in my EFII

3. Are there any other issues with this conversion?

Thanks

the gearbox will fit fine, the eb pedal box is slightly different, but others have modified them to fit..
you can use your wagon auto tail shaft as its the same length..

and no! you cant use the eb computer in the ef... i think you ment cant but typed can??
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 Post subject: Re: EFII Fairmont Manual Conversion
Posted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 7:56 pm 
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1/. No it does not. The brake switch is different, the handbrake bracket needs removing, the Scare bag sensor mounting bracket needs to be added and a few other things that I can't recall at present.

2/. Use the EF ECU and trick it, the EB cannot be used in an EF.
3/. Don't forget the spiggot bearing in the end of the crank.

 

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