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Old 07-08-2009, 03:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i'm in the process of wiring the resisters on my 97 civic and in having some questions where the resistors. theres a harness that leads to under the intake manifold and theres the harness that leads to the drivers shock tower. i'm not sure where exactly the resister goes. i can get pictures if i would help.

when i place my omn meter and put it in all of the yel/blk wires (injector 1 - 4 ) and touch the driver's side harness(connector c101 pin 5) i get a reading but only that one pin.

i've searched and haven't had a ton of luck with 96-00,but plenty for 92-95, i looked at kit88's turbo showcase to try and get an idea but he used a resister box.

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Im also doing a DIY so any help will be Great. and ill make sure to do a good write up.
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the harness that is by the drivers side strut tower.

open the harness that has the bypass plug on it.


find the four bright yellow/black wires.

cut splice and solder in your 12v resistor lines. theres 1 yellow black wire that goes into the other plug near the strut tower. your 5th wire goes to that one.

dont quote me on the wiring thats just what ive read and been told lol. though i didnt have a problem when i had a resistor box on it.
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even though its a eg the 96-00 should be similar
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find the four bright yellow/black wires.

cut splice and solder in your 12v resistor lines. theres 1 yellow black wire that goes into the other plug near the strut tower. your 5th wire goes to that one.

dont quote me on the wiring thats just what ive read and been told lol. though i didnt have a problem when i had a resistor box on it.
i only have one harness that plugs in to the in dash harness. 96-00 are different than 92-95.

any one else?
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even though its a eg the 96-00 should be similar

sorta...but the dead-end plug is under the intake manifold for extra fun
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sorta...but the dead-end plug is under the intake manifold for extra fun

yeah ive found that!!! also the engine is on a stand with the harness attached.

im wanting to do a nice DIY.
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google "wiring resistor box to em1"
results:
Resistor Box wiring with pics - Honda-Tech

first link pics still work
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google "wiring resistor box to em1"
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Resistor Box wiring with pics - Honda-Tech

first link pics still work
shit........ EXACTLY what i dident search.

your off to a good start for a noob. lol

ill have a diy here in a bit for dsm injector to 96-00 honda civic with pics and a mild wire tuck.


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i may be a noob here but ive been around other car forum for years
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