D16z6 Wiring Changes

90vtec

Senior Member
I had it all work out and then my computer crashed. I had found a perfent cite that told me how to changfe a 90 Civic hareness to a 92-95 Civic on. Does anybody have some good info?
 

prawjEKt Cx

Senior Member
this is the suggested route......

Add the wires for vtec yourself... then put on a obd1 dizzy, IM, injectors, and the new o2...... then get a obd0 to obd1 adapter so your stock harness can plug into your p28
 

90vtec

Senior Member
I had it fiqured out before. I want to make my own adaptor. I have and extra ECU and the new harness. I just need to know where the wires go. I found a cite earlier but the the computer crashed and lost hardrive.
 

prawjEKt Cx

Senior Member
Originally posted by 90vtec@Jan 7 2003, 06:23 PM
I had it fiqured out before. I want to make my own adaptor. I have and extra ECU and the new harness. I just need to know where the wires go. I found a cite earlier but the the computer crashed and lost hardrive.

well you have alot more patience and concentration than i do, you have my respect for that.... are you sure there isn't hte pin outs on this site or the hybrid site

http://hybrid.honda-perf.org
 

90vtec

Senior Member
Cool. I knew of these istes and fiquring them out is not easy!!! Luckly after a few hours of search I found my original Resource for the pin swaping. It is all laid out and his swichovers make my Repair manual!!!! Thanks Anyways guys!
 

prawjEKt Cx

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whats the site.... i'd suggest if you do it right and it works start making them. my boy bought one of a dude at honda-tech and he ended up selling his z6 and is going zc now, he sold the adapter harness for $212, ain't that some shit.
 

Jeef

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I am glad I only paid 100 bucks shipped for my harness. Fuck if I can get 200 for it I am going back to obd0
 

90vtec

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It's not going to be a bad deal. I got the Extra 88-91 ECU from ebay for about 11.00 with shiping and the p28 harness for nothing out of a bad wreck. I'm going to solder out the old connector from the ECU and match up with the 92-95 harness. Not bad for a total of 20 bucks. and if it doesn't work I can alway use a vtec engagement and my old ecu till i figure it out seeing as i'm not chopping up my harness.

The site address i think its: http://www.quidquam.com/pub/obd-conversion

This isn't my original site but it is a copy and paste of it.
 
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