COMPLETE Ecoboost Swap Control Pack Wiring Harness and Fuse Box Kit by JEM-Sport.
Looking for the Ford control pack? or the 2.3L or 2.0L Ecoboost crate engine ECM? We have the solution for running your crate Ecoboost, plug and play!
This kit includes a chassis-side wiring harness and fuse box, as well as the engine-side wiring harness, neccessary for the Ford 2.0L Ecoboost engine swap into any chassis. This will include all of the wiring you need to run your Ecoboost engine. We use all new components. All wire, pins, connectors, everything is brand new.
Our wiring harness will take care of everything. The Ecoboost ECU has two main connectors. One primarily for the engine harness, and one primarily for power distrubution and chassis connections. This product listing is for both harnesses, terminated to the OEM Ford 4 cylinder Ecoboost ECU/PCM. This wiring harnesses is designed around the 2015+ Focus ST ECU connectors.
These ECU's are brand new units from Ford. Although, in some high-demand cases, a refurbished and tested ECU may be needed.
This harness will allow connections for these key functions and more:
- Power distribution
- Fuse box
- OBD2 port
- Accelerator pedal
- Clutch and/or brake switch
- Ignition switch
- Start switch
- DI Injectors
- Ignition Coils
- Cam Positon
- Crank Position
- VVT Solenoids
- E-Throttle Motor
- MAP - Manifold Pressure Sensor
- TIP - Throttle Inlet Pressure Sensor
- Fuel Pressure Sensor
- High Pressure Fuel Pump
- PCV - Crankcase Pressure Sensor
- Engine Coolant Temp
- Cylinder head temp
- EBCS - Electronic Boost Control Solenoid
- Alternator Control
We offer several different wiring solutions. This same kit is available for all Ecoboost engines. Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions.
Using this in my EB Swapped Miata. This wiring harness is top notch. Everything is BRAND NEW, from the wires, connectors, fuses, everything. It is also built exactly to length and was very obvious as to what went where in the harness. Cant express the ease of install, they make it pretty difficult to mess up. Car started on the first try! Hard to beat that. Photos are on the car's Instagram @miata.st