Howell EFI announces arrival of new fuel injection conversion kit for classic Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer
Marine City, MI – March 10, 2015 -The 1971-’93 Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer have a huge following among off road enthusiasts. Howell EFI has recently released a carburetion to throttle body fuel injection swap kit which includes everything you need to swap over your 360 or 401 V8 to fuel injection eliminating all of the carburetor issues that plague these classic offroad vehicles. Upon installation, traditional fuel starvation issues will be eliminated and you will enjoy better cold starting, improved MPG, better drive-ability and the ability to attack any angle on the trail without the fear of fuel loss.
The kit is made up of almost all GM TBI OEM parts and includes the following:
- GM Throttle Body
- Adapter plate (intake) for 2BBL or 4BBL
- Wiring harness designed to put the ECM under seat or in center console as the Wagoneer is very crowded under the dash
- MAP Sensor, coolant sensor, oxygen sensor
- External fuel pump, fuel filter, fuel pump block-off plate
- GM ECM (computer) and calibration prom made specific for the 304/360/401 Wagoneer engines
- Full installation instructions and trouble shooting guide
The result is a plug and play system that will completely replace the factory carburetion system and includes the GM computer “tuned” specifically for this application. As with all Howell EFI systems, the wiring harness is wrapped in weather tight encasement to avoid any weather or heat damage, far exceeding any original OE harness offered today. Their most popular kit is the California legal, CARB version that is emissions legal in all 50 states. Howell also offers full line of “off road” level harnesses for those applications that do not require emissions related components. Best of all, each harness kit is backed by a money back guarantee so you know it’s a quality parts that will deliver years of service. The kits also all utilize the OBDI GM diagnostic capabilities so a customer can scan or perform non-scan code access for trouble shooting.