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  1. v-tecrab
    01-12-2013 01:37 PM - permalink
    v-tecrab
    hi, because my english is not good i decided to ask you this here, I have an d16a8 in my eg and it is fuel drinker it run a 100km with 13liters it is too too much? what is the problem? on the ecu I dont have any codes!!!
  2. philterZC
    02-14-2011 08:49 PM - permalink
    philterZC
    i have read so much shit you have been part of .. i have read you are the zc pro lol is it true?
  3. Maltese_Falcon
    01-29-2011 06:24 PM - permalink
    Maltese_Falcon
    My name is Wayne. I just bought a 91 Crx Si w\ a Dohc ZC Swap. The gentlemen I bought the car from said I could contact you for a timing cover. Do you still have one for sale? Thank You
  4. tG HypO
    01-05-2011 03:55 PM - permalink
    tG HypO
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by dr_latino999 View Post
    This is what I have established so far from an MPFI OBD-0 to OBD-1 wiring harness jumper. I will figure out OBD-1 ECU to OBD-0 chassis in a bit, I.E wires that have to be run back into the engine.

    CORRECTIONS ARE WELCOME UPDATE #10
    KEY
    XXXXXXXXXXXX Not Used
    ?????????????? What Goes here?

    OBD-0 || OBD-1 HARNESS CONNECTIONS: PROOF-READ BY TURBOGIXXER
    Further assistance and commentary by vtecn8ive
    Thanks to sanimalp for converting this table to vBulletin format

    A01 - INJ #1 || A01 - INJ #1
    A02 - PG1 || A23 - PG1
    A03 - INJ #2 || A03 - INJ #2
    A04 - PG2 || A24 - PG2
    A05 - INJ #3 || A05 - INJ #3
    A06 - PCS || A20 - PCS
    A07 - INJ #4 || A02 - INJ #4
    A08 - LOCKSOL || XXXXXXXXXXX
    A09 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXXXX
    A10 - EGR CSV|| A11
    A11 - IACV || A09 - IACV
    A12 - FLR1 || A07 - FLR1
    A13 - IGP1 || A25 - IGP1
    A14 - FLR2 || A08 - FLR2
    A15 - IGP2 || B01 - IGP2
    A16 - GRD || A26 - LG1
    A17 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXXXX
    A18 - GRD || B02 - LG2
    B01 - VBP || D01 - VBU
    B02 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXXXX
    B03 - ACC || A15 - ACC
    B04 - FANC || A12 - FANC
    B05 - ALT || A16 - ALT
    B06 - MIL || A13 - MIL
    B07 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXXXX
    B08 - ACS || B05 - ACS
    B09 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXXXX
    B10 - CYP P || B11 - CYP P
    B11 - FUSEBOX|| xxxxxxxxxxxx
    B12 - CYP M || B12 - CYP M
    B13 - FUSEBOX|| B09 - STARTER
    B14 - ALT || D09 - ALT
    B15 - Igniti || A21 - ICM
    B16 - VSS || B10 - VSS
    B17 - Igniti || A22 - ICM
    B18 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXXXX
    B19 - ELD || D10 - ELD
    B20 - SCS || D04 - SCS
    C01 - CKP P || B15 - CKP P
    C02 - CKP M || B16 - CKP M
    C03 - TDC P || B13 - TDC P
    C04 - TDC M || B14 - TDC M
    C05 - IAT || D15 - IAT
    C06 - ECT || D13 - ECT
    C07 - TPS || D11 - TPS
    C08 - EGR VLS|| D12
    C09 - PA || NOTUSEDXXXXX
    C10 - BKSW || D02 - BKSW
    C11 - MILGRND|| D17 - MAP
    C12 - SG2 || D22 - SG2
    C13 - VCC1 || D19 - VCC1
    C14 - SG1 || D21 - SG1
    C15 - VCC2 || D20 - VCC2
    C16 - O2S || D14 - PHO2S


    OBD-1 || OBD-0 ECU CONNECTIONS
    A01 - INJ #1 || A01 - INJ #1
    A02 - INJ #4 || A07 - INJ #4
    A03 - INJ #2 || A03 - INJ #2
    A04 - VTEC || RUN TO ENGINE BAY
    A05 - INJ #3 || A05 - INJ #3
    A06 - PO2SHTC|| RUN TO ENGINE BAY
    A07 - FLR1 || A12 - FLR1
    A08 - FLR2 || A14 - FLR2
    A09 - IACV || A11 - IACV
    A10 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXX
    A11 - EGR CSV|| A10 - EGR CSV
    A12 - FANC || B04 - FANC
    A13 - MIL || BO6 - MIL
    A14 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXX
    A15 - ACC || B03 - ACC
    A16 - ALT || B05 - ALT
    A17 - IAB CS || RUN TO ENGINE BAY (B18C1 Only)
    A18 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXX
    A19 - FAS || RUN TO ENGINE BAY (AUTO TRANSMISSION ONLY)
    A20 - PCS || A06 - PCS
    A21 - ICM || B15 - IGNITION
    A22 - ICM || B17 - IGNITION
    A23 - PG1 || A02 - PG1
    A24 - PG2 || A04 - PG2
    A25 - IGP1 || A13 - IGP1
    A26 - LG1 || A16 - GRD
    B01 - IGP2 || A15 - IGP2
    B02 - LG2 || A18 - GRD
    B03 - AFSA || RUN TO ENGINE BAY (AUTO TRANSMISSION ONLY)
    B04 - AFSB || RUN TO ENGINE BAY (AUTO TRANSMISSION ONLY)
    B05 - ACS || B08 ACS
    B06 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXX
    B07 - ATP PN || RUN TO ENGINE BAY (AUTO TRANSMISSION ONLY)
    B08 - PSPSW || Power steering Load - HARDWIRE (PS ONLY)
    B09 - STS || B13 - FUSEBOX
    B10 - VSS || B16 - VSS
    B11 - CYP P || B10 - CYP P
    B12 - CYP M || B12 - CYP M
    B13 - TDC P || C03 - TDC P
    B14 - TDC M || C04 - TDC M
    B15 - CKP P || C01 - CKP P
    B16 - CKP M || C02 - CKP M
    D01 - VBU || B01 - VBP
    D02 - BKSW || C10 - BKSW
    D03 - KS || RUN TO ENGINE BAY (If Using B-Series Motor)
    D04 - SCS || B20 - SCS
    D05 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXXX
    D06 - VTP SW || RUN TO ENGINE BAY
    D07 - TXD/RXD|| XXXXXXXXXXXX
    D08 - BAROOUT|| RUN TO ENGINE BAY (AUTO TRANSMISSION ONLY)
    D09 - ALT || B14 - ALT
    D10 - ELD || B19 - ELD
    D11 - TPS || C07 - TPS
    D12 - EGR VLS|| C08 - EGR VLS
    D13 - ECT || C06 - ECT
    D14 - PHO2S || C16 - O2S
    D15 - IAT || C05 - IAT
    D16 - VREF || RUN TO ENGINE BAY (AUTO TRANSMISSION ONLY)
    D17 - MAP || C11 - MILGRND
    D18 - NOTUSED|| XXXXXXXXXXX
    D19 - VCC1 || C13 - VCC1
    D20 - VCC2 || C15 - VCC2
    D21 - SG1 || C14 - SG1
    D22 - SG2 || C12 - SG2


    *Image provided by sanimalp


    Motor before placement in bay, harness has already been wired for OBD-1 Components.


    As you can see, I got creative with placement of the injector resistor box as I am still using OBD-0 injectors.


    Extra wires for Oxygen Sensor Heater, VTEC Pressure Switch, and VTEC Solenoid. The other plug is from the MPFI addition last year.


    Interior harness after conversion, wires in A/D plug still have to be wrapped as they are waiting for the addition of VTEC and VTEC Pressure.


    How you put a motor in by yourself in 30 minutes


    Completed interior harness, so fresh and so clean.


    Here you can see where the extra wires are sneaking out into the Engine Bay.


    And the passenger side of the engine bay where all the harness meets and greats itself.


    Now all it needs is a heart, I mean ECU.


    Ok, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, I have fixed the Oxygen sensor heating issue. For the record, this is the correct destination for the wires at the oxygen sensor plug and their destinations with the harness-
    Orange/Black - Heater (ECU A6)
    Grey(WHITE) - Signal (ECU D14)
    Yellow/Black - Injector 12 Volt
    Green/White - Ground

    Oxygen Sensor Proper, to the plug
    Orange/Black --> Black
    Grey(White) --> White
    Yellow/Black --> Black
    Green/White --> Green

    <FONT SIZE="3">REFERENCE</FONT>
    http://www.sohchonda.com/forums/inde...howtopic=10073


    <FONT SIZE="3">Adding OBD-1 Injectors</FONT>
    OBD-0 MPFI W/ Injector Resistor Box


    HOW-TO Delete The Box



    Modified by dr_latino999 at 7:19 PM 4/14/2007


    Modified by dr_latino999 at 11:11 AM 4/19/2007


    Modified by dr_latino999 at 11:12 AM 2/14/2008


    Modified by dr_latino999 at 8:39 AM 10/15/2008


    Modified by dr_latino999 at 8:39 AM 10/15/2008


    Modified by dr_latino999 at 8:39 AM 10/15/2008

    b18a1 honda crxsi 89


    i did this conversion to my crx and my injectors 12v wires arent getting power(inj#1-brown, inj#2-red, inj#3-blue, inj#4-yellow). the red/black wires are getting power(sending unit). is there any specific pin # that might cause all 4 injectors to not prime?? every thing else is fine. if i spray carb. cleaner in thr intake manifold, the car will start right up for the second.the car did run perfect befor i started the conversion fuel is also getting to the fuel rail. the injectors are not opening. please if any one can help me out. thanks!
    tG HypO is online
  5. tG HypO
    01-04-2011 08:18 AM - permalink
    tG HypO
    i know your car!! i saw it at pmi last summer!! ill HOPEFULLY have my crx out there next summer
  6. Abcfotze
    07-27-2010 06:36 PM - permalink
    Abcfotze
    Ok I replied but I figure I will send you a message, fuel is returning perfectly (steady flow) car is running rich to the point the plugs are fouled within a minute. Would the stock p06 cause this problem? If not then perhaps my o2 sensor is fucked?
  7. GLI
    05-02-2010 11:21 PM - permalink
    GLI
    You're so professional. Thanks for all the info you have spread over the Internet!!!!
  8. evil_hooligan
    04-14-2010 10:25 AM - permalink
    evil_hooligan
    ok so im gonna go and time this muther fucker again and then ill get back to you.
  9. evil_hooligan
    04-13-2010 01:45 PM - permalink
    evil_hooligan
    ok so i have a question.. the arrow on the block pointing to the crank gear?? that is not tdc is it?? i was arguing with my buddy about that.. u have to have the timing cover on to line up tdc on the pulley not on the gear? am i correct?
  10. evil_hooligan
    04-13-2010 08:22 AM - permalink
    evil_hooligan
    the cam shaft timing is #1 tdc and the up arrows are up with the horizontal marks strait across from each other.. is that right? thats what ive found to be right everywhere ive looked.. and i did the valves yesterday so they are all good.

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