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Old 09-13-2008, 12:33 PM   #1
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So I'm doin the 97 CAS wiring for my MS 1 on my 99. There are 4 wires...12v, Ground, and 2 signal wires (CKP and CMP.) The signal wires go to my MS of course, but can I wire the Ground and 12v wires to my parallel harness?
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Yes, you could.

Alternately, You could simply run the ground wire to a ring terminal on the head/IM, and pick up +12 by splicing the white/red wire at the MAF sensor connector, the fuel injector harness, the existing crank and cam sensors, the EGR valve, or the VICS valve.
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Megamanual says to run all sensor grounds to the "sensor ground" pin on the DB37 connector, I did this and have no issues. Does this matter? I dunno, but I don't want to find out the hard way.

I patched +12v power for sensors to the main MS power line, again no issues.
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