The good part is that my labor is free.
I am happy to work on both sides of the firewall.
The ECU is grounded.
I am confident the engine will run, as it was clear that there was ignition on the first jump start. Will do it for fun later today, but still need to get circuit 50 complete to make the car functional.
Can you ID a two wire connector inside the false bulkhead? right where the main wire group comes through. It is connected, but has heavier gauge wire than the bulk of the wiring.
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