OBD 2 injectors

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crxpowa89

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I just finished up a b16a2 swap into a 89 crx si and i'm having trouble starting it up. It starts up with brake cleaner when sprayed into the throttle body so i know its my injectors, there is fuel going to the fuel rail (i loosent the fuel rail and gas was leaking). Question: can i use the obd2 injectors (I also grounded the fuel injector resistors)? . The other problem i think it could be is my wiring. I match up the solid wire on the injector to the solid and the striped to the striped, is that correct? All the wires were solder together. When i pulled out the fuel rail and injectors and try hand cranking the distributor, only one injector spit out a lil fuel.
 

D16SiHatch

Active Member
I just finished up a b16a2 swap into a 89 crx si and i'm having trouble starting it up. It starts up with brake cleaner when sprayed into the throttle body so i know its my injectors, there is fuel going to the fuel rail (i loosent the fuel rail and gas was leaking). Question: can i use the obd2 injectors (I also grounded the fuel injector resistors)? . The other problem i think it could be is my wiring. I match up the solid wire on the injector to the solid and the striped to the striped, is that correct? All the wires were solder together. When i pulled out the fuel rail and injectors and try hand cranking the distributor, only one injector spit out a lil fuel.

Since you are using obd2 injectors, did you remove the injector resistor box? if its still plugged in obd1/2 injectors will not work right. if you do still have it you must delete it. after physically unplugging it you need to solder the 5 wires in the engine harness going to it together. 4 red/black wires, and 1 yellow/black wire.
 

crxpowa89

New Member
I did delete the resistor box. But i followed Rywire's direction: i capped it off instead of soldering it together. Will that do the same thing if i capped it off? It seems like Rywire.com is down or out of business.
 
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