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Having problems with my wire harness

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by Big skeet3817, May 29, 2009.

  1. Big skeet3817

    Big skeet3817 Banned

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    Does anyone have or know any info on wiring up a harness. Heres the setup.

    1990 EF Sedan Civic
    1990 D15B
    1993 D16ZC VTEC heads (SOHC)
    PM5 OBDO 1 MPFI Chip
    1991 EF Civic MPFI Wire harness.


    I've been waitin on this damn machanic to do my shit and he keeps puttin me to the side. I know about cars and shit, Im fimiliar with honda motors. I can do the wiring myself. The only problem I really have is that there are 5 wires that seperate from the harness to go straight to my brain... I just dont know what color wires from the brain to cut into. If anybody is fimiliar with this swap... The help would be much appreciated.
     
  2. D16SiHatch

    D16SiHatch New Member

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    not sure what you mean by this brain thing with 5 wires... but i can tell you what you need to do to get it wired up correctly.

    first off i'm going to assume your car stock was dpfi since you refer to needing a mpfi harness. the only way you can use the mpfi harness is if you get a matching mpfi cabin/dash harness. not a fun thing to switch out. best thing to do is take your stock dpfi harness, and convert it to mpfi.

    http://hondaswap.com/swap-articles/dpfi-mpfi-writeup-49557/

    I'm not sure what you mean to say when you said d16zc head, but it seems safe to assume you are using a sohc vtec cylinder head. that being said, after doing the dpfi to mpfi swap, get yourself an obd0-1 ecu jumper with subharness. you will need a stock p28, and a 4 wire o2 sensor.

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  3. Big skeet3817

    Big skeet3817 Banned

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    Thanks... You dont know how much stress you just took off me.
     
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