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OBD2 Wiring

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by 7thgen01, Aug 12, 2003.

  1. 7thgen01

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    I have a 97 Civic DX and just purchased an OBD1 B16. I found the ecu pinout chart for the OBD1 but i cant find it for the OBD2 wiring harness. Can anyone tell me where to find this??? <_<
     
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    why is all of that needed? shouldnt the only problem be in the wiring? weve got an OBD1 complete swap(it is actually a customers car) and liek i said hes got a 98 civic. I thought the only thing extra I needed was a rear bracket and the wiring conversion. I know I can buy the conversion kit at lowcashracing.com. but werew just going to cut and splice. Can someone explain why i need the things listed above?? :blink:
     
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    i am assuming you're going to use an obd2 ecu? that's why you're using obd1-2 pins diagram?
     
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    no, were using obd1 ecu. check it out, OBD2 harness, cut the end off of that, ok, obd1 ecu, the plugs are in it, and we have about 8 inches of the wiring harness in tact, we're going to splice the two together..
     
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    OMG!!! Good Luck!!!!

    Hope you haven't cut the harness yet!

    Easyer to just get the jumper harness or converion harness.
     
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    what you're doing is called a "hack job", not wiring :D

    obd2-1 clip is a lot easier and it's cheap now, you can get one for under 100. save yourself the trouble.
     
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