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has enyone made a obd0 to obd2 harness

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by b18c crx, Mar 29, 2005.

  1. b18c crx

    b18c crx Junior Member

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    ok just got my gsr motor 2 day ago and i dont want to waste a 100 buck buying the harness so can eny one tell me that they made one of these if yeah can some tell me how to make one that thing has hella wires
     
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    civicious FüK-VTEC VIP

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    What the fuck are you talking about? What year is your car, and what year is the motor?
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    You can make one, it takes the right plugs, wiring manuals for both the donor car and the car the motor is going in, and a LOT of time.

    Believe me if you can pick up a harness for $100, it is worth it, over making one, unless you have oodles of patience, and time.
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    don't bother. meet half way. convert the ecu to obd1, and the motor electronics to obd1
     
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    b16acura Junior Member

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    im in the same situation ur in im puttin a obd2 b16a2 in my 91 integra, i found a website that does make that harness,the website is jkobd.com. most people stay away from obd2 tho jus cuz its so difficult to tune.jus covert over to obd1 it will save a lot of headaches.
     
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    ripperbone angry bear

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    its not a waste of money when you buy a kit already made, cause the person that made it did all the research so you dont have to, plus when you do it yourself you can do damage to electronics with a crossed wire and then have to shell out more money.
    your best bet is buying a kit already made.
    when I did my swap I didnt want to buy a wiring kit, but I realized that if I damaged my ecu or ?, then I would have to shell out more money, so I did the smart thing and bought a wiring kit that has been proven to work. I may have sent a little bit of money, but in the end result I am glad that I spend the money on a kit. :thumbsup:
     
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    Thanks, i was loooking for the same thing. have you ordered from them, or have any idea how the quality of their stuff is?
     
  8. JKOBD.com

    JKOBD.com Wiring Guru

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    I have sold 1000s of harnesses worldwide. I am not some middle man who copied the pinsout online. I use all my products in my personal cars and friends cars. Here is some more info about me:

    ----->www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=997093<-----

    In regards to the guy wanting to save a 100 bucks, go for it man. It is not that hard, but takes alot of time trying to figure everything out.
     
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