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can someone please tell me if this is the right wiring for an 0bd2 int

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by silva95teg, Jun 1, 2006.

  1. silva95teg

    silva95teg Member

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    integra alternator.

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    hopefully thats right , and does anyone know if i can buy a replacement plug anywhere ? the end that plugs into the alt.
     
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    anyone have an obd2 alt in their teg ? or civic ?
     
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    GSRCIVICTN Lost in a sea of rednecks

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    I don't have an OBD2 car and don't have any wiring diagrams on me(I'm at work.), but you should be able to buy the connector from the dealer. I work at a dealer(not Honda) and we sell individual connectors for most late model vehicles. I would think Honda would, also.
     
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    I've looked through the manual and am confused over the 3-prong connector. Is this a US obd2 alt?
     
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    This does not look like my obd2b civic si alternator plug.
     
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    sorry guys this is a canadian obd2 alt, i got it figured out though . Now i just finished the swap and the only thing wrong is my tach doesnt work.... any one know why ?
     
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