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Old 09-10-2014, 06:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm swapping in an OBD1 D16Y8 setup into my OBD0 EF. I've been looking at the jumpers I need and I'm stuck between going the ebay route or spending a little more on the rywire harness. Does anyone have any good experience with the ebay harness? Are they plug & play? Or should I spend the extra money on the rywire harness just to be safe? I don't mind spending a little extra money but if the ebay ones are practically the same I wouldn't mind paying half price either.

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repin the dist. connectors, put the OBD-1 connections on the OBD-0 engine harness, then a simple adapter harness for the ECU.
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repin the dist. connectors, put the OBD-1 connections on the OBD-0 engine harness, then a simple adapter harness for the ECU.
I can do this, but I'd still rather get a jumper for the ECU since it looks like there are a lot of wires involved.... I really hate wiring.

Thanks, I'll look into this.
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I can do this, but I'd still rather get a jumper for the ECU since it looks like there are a lot of wires involved.... I really hate wiring.

Thanks, I'll look into this.
i think thats what he meant by "then a simple adapter harness for the ECU."
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Yeah, I was kind of responding to both posts at once there.
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I've always had really good luck out of Zerg Industries stuff. Dizzy adapters and conversion harnesses.
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2jzdreamin could make you something.. he's a wiring BOSS.
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I've always had really good luck out of Zerg Industries stuff. Dizzy adapters and conversion harnesses.
I've read a lot about Zerg. They seem to be "middle of the road" between the ebay harness and the rywire ones.
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