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  1. 96civic808

    96civic808 New Member

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    my DA9 needs new injectors.
    can i use OBD2 injectors with the clips?
    i have extra set from f23a4 and d16y7
     
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    no. your da is obd0 and uses peak/hold injectors. obd1/2 are saturated style.
     
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    so there's no way of using a saturated style to P/H?
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    Yes, saturated will work just fine on a P/H system; OBD0 Honda's still operate the stock PnH injectors as saturated(stock is PnH injectors with a resistor box; to use saturated injectors just remove the box).
     
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    so i just remove the wires connected to the resistor box right and its all good?
    btw can i use this injectors(f23a4 or d16y7) to b18a1?
    tnx man
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    You'd have to use some sort of jumper or wire in +12v to the injectors somehow. OBD1 and up actually already have a "jumper" connector.
     
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    any example of this method?
    sorry new to this stuff.
     
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    Injectors. Remove the entire injector 'sub harness' with the 8-wire connector from the 1992-1995 harness. Do not cut the wires yet and get all the pins (remove the non-injector related wires from the 8-wire connector, though). Sometimes the IAT plug is part of this 'sub harness'. If so, remove it, too. Place the injector plug assembly in the proper place and route the 'hot' (yellow/black) wires to the driver side plug of the engine harness. At the driver side plug, there are two yellow/black hot wires going to each DX injector. Connect one of these to the 8-wire connector and either tape the other or remove it from the plug. It doesn't matter which. Then connect the red and yellow injector wires to the red and yellow wires that go to each of the DX injectors. Run the other two wires (light blue and brown) to the passenger side*. Keep the pins intact so that you can easily add a plug. If the IAT plug is part of this assembly, simply connect the plug to the appropriate wires on the DX harness.




    is this what your talking about?

     
  9. K2e2vin

    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    That would work, but your car should already be MPFI so yours would already be set-up so to say. You can swap over to the OBD1 connector so you can use that jumper piece, or simply just splice and solder all four power wires to the injectors together, and connect it to the hot wire that goes to the resistor box.
     
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    so it goes like this:
    change the obd0 injector clips to obd1 clips by soldering the wires
    remove the resistor box
    then connect the yellow/black wire (guessing thats the power) to all the 4 red/black (guessing thats the power going to the injectors)
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    this should be all set?
     
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