It'll be kind of difficult to provide you with accurate information with me not knowing exactly what was/wasn't done during your engine swap. Especially if I can't physically test your car's electrical system.
What you should do first is check to see if you have 12-volts at the interior fuse box's main power terminal, as well as a good ground. (Not just continuity but measure the resistance from the fuse box to ground)
If you don't have 12-volts, then you need to chase the circuit back from the fuse box to the bat.
Also, the computer that controlled your TPI motor also controlled some of your instruments/gauges/warning lights. Since you've disconnected this computer, it's hard to know what will be affected in the interior. (I don't have a complete electrical diagram of your vehicle, and it'd take me quite awhile to interpret one)
Hopefully another tech on this forum will have more experience than myself with engine swaps for this particular vehicle. Good luck!
Monday, March 8th, 2010 AT 9:50 PM