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wiring harness problems

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by dsmdarren, Jan 1, 2003.

  1. dsmdarren

    dsmdarren Junior Member

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    ok here's some info about the car. it was originally a 93 civic dx automatic. he did a 5spd conversion. now he has a b16a2 out of a 99si, using the original dx harness, and a 95 ex ecu. the car runs, the idle surges and after about 5 minutes the iac opens wide open and it dies. i can't figure out why the hell it ain't running. anybody got ideas? and will a 94-95 gsr harness work? if i use that i don't have to run new lines for the knock sensor or vtec.

    any ideas would be appreciated
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    was the p28 chipped to run a dohc motor?
     
  3. adam i

    adam i Junior Member

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    i have a 94 civic ex with a 93 b16a3 computer with a mugen
    race chip but the vtec pin placement is in a different spot
    and i cannot locate it on the ecu, can you help me with the
    difference vtec solenoid engagement pin
     
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    prawjEKt Cx Senior Member

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    are you running an obd1 dizzy on that b16
     
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    gsr harness will workalthough if using dx harnes you will add 7 wires.the problem your explaining sounds like the map sensor is not working.make sure your using the map sensor plug from the fire wall if you are using the dx harness.
     
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