Hello, I'm currently in the process of a 4.0 swap into a 1989 Ford Bronco II. Here is the current component/wiring origin info: 1989 Bronco II 2.9 A/T - Stock Frame wiring utilized (From engine bay to rear lights, fuel pump, ABS module, Tcase, & rear diff) 1993 Ford Explorer 4.0 M/T - Engine/Trans/Tcase - Engine Harness - Headlight Harness - ECM 1994 Ford Explorer 4.0 M/T - All dash board internal wiring used There are a few systems that I have elected not to use: - ABS (eliminating all VSS wires as well as the ABS module on the frame (B2) and in the engine bay (Exp) - Cruise control - Factory stereo wiring (eliminating the need for the factory Exp amp & wiring) As of right now the truck runs and drives very well but I have some pretty nasty wiring issues. - I have no tail lights, brake lights, or rear turn signals (I suspect this has to do with using the factory B2 frame wiring because I know that the Explorers run this harness inside of the body instead of going through the BWP (big white plug) and along the frame) - My reverse lights are always on when the truck is running but not when only the key is on - The tachometer and voltage gauge are both unresponsive - The fuel gauge is receiving voltage but shows as 1/4 past full with 5 gallons of fuel in the tank - The stereo does not have power unless I turn the blower motor speed switch to off, then the stereo gains power as does the door chime - My brights indicator is on whenever the low beams are on and is off when I turn the high beams on - The aforementioned blower motor and the rest of the A/C head unit are completely unresponsive On the bright side, at least the exciter circuit for the alternator works... Apparently that's an issue that a lot of people face in this swap so at least I didn't lose in all fields. My biggest suspicion for all of my dash issues is that the pinout for the BWP changed between 1993 & 1994 but I cannot seem to find a pinout for either year (even in AllData). Does anybody have any experience with this or some pinouts that I can use? I will be starting the process of tracing things manuall this afternoon but I would love some additional info if its available. Thanks in advance!!