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Old 07-10-2013, 07:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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my 89 CRX came with OBD2 injectors installed and resistor box and its connector deleted. now that im ready to install DSM 450's im wondering what would be easier?

install a resistor box so its like stock again?

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install radio shack resistors on my OBD0/OBD1 jumper harness?


from what I can tell the injector portion of the harness was cut from a OBD2 Honda and spliced in where the resistor box connector probally went...

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my 89 CRX came with OBD2 injectors installed and resistor box and its connector deleted. now that im ready to install DSM 450's im wondering what would be easier?

install a resistor box so its like stock again?

or

install radio shack resistors on my OBD0/OBD1 jumper harness?


from what I can tell the injector portion of the harness was cut from a OBD2 Honda and spliced in where the resistor box connector probally went...

radio shack resistors would be easy to do and look cleaner if you do it right. been using mine for almost 2 years now
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that's what I was thinking as well. I just send this resistor box back...
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