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Need Help Wiring V-tech Extra wire to ECU

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by cantbetouched24, Oct 1, 2007.

  1. cantbetouched24

    cantbetouched24 New Member

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    Hows it going everyone ,
    Im having a problem and need some help 94 honda civic. i switched my car from a non v-tech to a v-tech . the v-tech engine has two extra concectors which comes out to 3 extra wires already did the running of the wires and found out what part of the wiring harness that connects to the ecu they need to go to.. the problem i am having is how do you wire the wires the three extra to the ecu ?? i want to put them in the connector in the right areas and in the area they go the connect is empty which is good except i do not have those little metal pins that are in the connector that connect up to the ecu and make it work .. can someone please either tell me where i can get those little metal pieces in the concetor . or a connector that has them all already or any help one how you would wire it up or wired it up would be appreciated . Thank you .
     
  2. christ.deyoung

    christ.deyoung CRF450R

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    haha...whats v-tech? some sort of phone maybe?
     
  3. norcalgsr

    norcalgsr Honda Master Technician

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    Your best bet would be to go to a junkyard and cut one of the plugs off a car there.. that's how I always get my extra wires. I don't know of anywhere you can buy them, but there is probably somewhere..
     
  4. INJEN78

    INJEN78 HS LEGEND

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    wtf is vtech?!?!? did honda come out with another series of vtec...that makes 3..
    VTEC,VTEC-E,and the latest VTECH...
    lol j/p wit ya dude...id def. go to a junkyard for that one...and how did you hookup the actual vtec wires???becuase if your having trouble with that..just get an rpm switch
     
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