The connection point is drivers side right above the linkage.
You can see the black plug in this photo
For the time being, you can just jump out the harness. I'll have to check my wiring diagrams. Update in a bit
This is unusual, but not new or novel; I have seen it before.I should have mentioned im using an Innova Code Scanner #3145 Ford, Lincoln, Mercury
The book for the scanner says - under step 7
1) Warm up the vehicle
2) Turn ignition off
3) Turn the code reader off, then connect code reader.
4) Turn ignition on and start the engine.
5) Press and release the On/Off button on code reader to turn it on.
6) Put Code Scanner HOLD/TEST
• This starts the KOER (Key On
Engine Running) Self-Test.
• A small square and R is shown to indicate the code being received is a KOER self test fault code.
7) The first code displayed by the code reader is the cylinder identification code which identifies the number of cylinders of the vehicle that is under test...
THIS IS WHERE MINE SAYS 6. Versus 8 like it should...
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