Re: Post '94 wiring harness variations - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
Some of this depend on where you live: the 1996 body will always be known to the DMV/Secretary of State as a 1996 and may be subject to emissions testing via the OBD-II port (certainly the case here in Illinois). In this case, you are going to have to wire it up as a 1996 car and change a few components (coolant temp sensor and additional oxygen sensor) on the 1994 drive train to match the 1996 car specs.
If the wiring harness on the 1996 car is OK, why bother changing it? These are not the biodegradable wiring harnesses found on mid-1980s Swedish cars.
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