I'll still take the harness, you could drop the price to ease your conscious
My Speed Density wire harness in my truck is all wrapped up within the body harness, there is no easy way to split it up and I don't think I will. I am going to leave the old harness in place tucked up out of the way where I can and I will add the mustang harness routed a different way and some trimming up may be needed.
This is so I can restore the truck to Speed density by just pulling the MAF harness and swapping back the old SD computer when I sell it.
For the MAF swap I am trimming out the TAD and TAB circuits anyway and adding resistors in their place. I am prepared to trim & solder & heat shrink all spliced wires. If your harness is complete and unburnt, I still want it. I am doing a lot of other wiring mods (electric fan with thermostat, Hella driving lights w/ relay, head light relays, 130 amp alternator swap with 6 gauge lead, 1000 watt amp kit, MSD ignition), so a few splice repairs doesn't scare me.
What I don't want is a puzzle, that is all separated, cut, with unattached pieces of harness that I have no idea what was attached to what. I will need to know what sensor was at the end of each plug.
My other option is to buy a $200 MAF conversion harness from RJM Injection to modify my bronco speed density harness to MAF. This requires slicing in all the new MAF wires and moving quite a few pins around in the computer plug. This is not an easy task either, and would be a real pain to switch back to SD.