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Old 05-13-2014, 02:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guy. I'm pulling my hair out because I'm not good with wiring and I've researched but still don't get it. Is there anyone who speaks dummy and can tell me how to wire this map sensor on a d16z6 engine with a d15b VTEC harness. Thank you
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use the wire harness that came with the chassis. IF you have to, add the wires for Vtec.
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Depends on what year your car is.

'92 and '93 civic chassis MAP sensor wires run directly to the ECU.

'94 and up MAP is on the engine harness.

Where did you get a D15B engine harness?
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Depends on what year your car is.

'92 and '93 civic chassis MAP sensor wires run directly to the ECU.

'94 and up MAP is on the engine harness.

Where did you get a D15B engine harness?
I got it at the junkyard off a 93 coupe. And my civic is a 94 ex sedan. Who ever had it had it wired for VTEC so I grabbed the conversion kit with it. What threw me off was that he had his map sensor on the firewall but had to add the plug to the cabin side of the harness.

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The engine harness you got from the junk has no MAP sensor plug.

Like I said before

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'92 and '93 civic chassis MAP sensor wires run directly to the ECU.

'94 and up MAP is on the engine harness.
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The engine harness you got from the junk has no MAP sensor plug.

Like I said before
I don't see anywhere in my post where I'm confused about the fact that there is no plug for the map sensor. If you read my post I ask how to wire it. Like I said before. See I was under the impression that if the map sensor was on the firewall that the plug was part of the cabin harness. Why was the one I pulled at the junkyard rewired like it was. I was just curious. But thanks for letting me know I don't have a plug. Appreciate it bro
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