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Integra RS to VTEC

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by mtmetzger, Feb 18, 2004.

  1. mtmetzger

    mtmetzger Junior Member

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    OK all.. I just dropped a 95 OBD1 GSR engine(with GSR harness) in my integra RS(94 OBD1). I see that the engine plugs on the passanger side of the car have all the wires. The car harness that the engine harness plugs into is missing 3 wires. Do I just put wires in the car harness plugs and run them to the ECU? Do I have to mess with any plugs on the driver's side?

    I found this:
    VTEC Solenoid Yellow/Green A4
    VTEC Oil Pressure Sensor Blue D6
    VTEC Ground Black Chassis Ground
    Knock Sensor Red/Blue D3
    Evap Purge Power Yellow/Black 12V Power
    Evap Purge Solenoid Red A20
    Secondary Intake Solenoid (IAB) Pink/Blue A17

    so...
    VTEC ground - does the GSR harness already ground this?

    Can anyone tell me exactly what I have to wire up? Thanks!
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    if you used the gsr harness, and plugged it in at the shock tower, the only mods you are going to have to make are from the cannon plug to the ecu, and possibly the IAB wire (i'm not wure if that one runs through there or not)
     
  3. mtmetzger

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    Thats what I figured too, but the cannon plug on my harness that goes between the ecu and gsr harness is only 3 blank slots for wires, so I will have atleast 3 to run, but that list posted above has 7, which is for an EG. Does anyone know specifically what I have to wire up?
     
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