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Need Help On Distributor Wiring

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by B16RacerN2NR, Mar 10, 2003.

  1. B16RacerN2NR

    B16RacerN2NR Working Hard VIP

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    I just swapped my obd-1 distributor for an obd-0 distributor because the obd-1 will not work with my pr3 ecu...i was told to do this since i have an obd-0 chassis with an obd-1 motor running off an obd-0 ecu...everyone follow that?? :D now my question is do i get first gen plugs (the wire harness side) and put it on that way so the distributor plugs in? or is there another way to do it? if i need the harness side plug...do parts stores sell it or do i got to go chop it off another motor? any help would be good here...thanks
     
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    anyone???
     
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    if you put an obd1 motor in an obd0 chassis, and are running an obd0 ecu, the pr3, that is correct.
    you will need the obd 1 plug to connect to the dizzy, alternator, and injector harness. splice those 3 things from the obd1 harness onto the obd0 harness. you will need a helms for both car and motor so you can get the wire colors right.
    stores don't sell that kind of stuff.... you will need to score a harness.
     
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    well damn doesn't that suck to be me...i'ma try to find one at the junk yard
     
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