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What he’s saying is…”friends I have a mack granite cv713 year 2007 and I bought it without the engine so I put an e7 mechanical engine on it, will it be possible to make the truck mark the indicators on the dash”

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Ok thanks Onyx, I can’t reply in Venezuelan but here goes. 

answer is - I’m sure a mechanical E7 won’t run dash instruments. Plus your Granite has an electronic throttle, E7 uses a linkage or cable throttle.  You will have to change the injector pump. I’m doing the reverse now, putting a 454 electronic in a 88 R model and I need to change the injection pump. 
 

hang on I don’t think a 2007 model Mack uses a injector pump.

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Haha no problem, google translate works pretty good. 
 

This is Steve L’s answer.


La respuesta es: estoy seguro de que un E7 mecánico no funcionará con instrumentos de tablero. Además, su Granite tiene un acelerador electrónico, el E7 usa un enlace o un acelerador por cable. Tendrá que cambiar la bomba del inyector. Estoy haciendo lo contrario ahora, poniendo un 454 electrónico en un modelo 88 R y necesito cambiar la bomba de inyección. Espera, no creo que un modelo de 2007 Mack use una bomba inyectora.

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