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Old 05-12-2011, 07:34 PM
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JDM h22 distributor with USDM wiring harness

Ok I bought a JDM motor. I have extended the sensor wires (Crank and the other one) on the oil pump on the JDM motor to reach the JDM distributor. I have taken the external coil plug from the US harness and cut the yellow wire and connected that to the JDM distributor blk/yellow wire. From how I understand it, that is the power wire. The blk/yellow and green wires on the US harness are not used.

I am looking at the plug coming off of the JDM distributor. The sensor wires from the JDM oil pump match colors to the JDM distributor plug and the wires from the USDM harness that plug into the USDM distributor are also color coded to match the JDM distributor plug. My question is, now that I have the power to the JDM distributor, do I just connect the sensors from the oil pump and the US harness to the JDM distributor by color? Thanks in advance
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Re: JDM h22 distributor with USDM wiring harness

yes that's how it would be done. How come you didnt swap oil pump with the sensors? just curious. Honda Prelude H22 USDM to JDM Distributor wiring.
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Re: JDM h22 distributor with USDM wiring harness

Cause the stock motor cane apart and the oil pump probably has metal in it.
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Re: JDM h22 distributor with USDM wiring harness

i blew my motor, the oil pump was fine, did that diagram help any? if you pulled the motor, check to see if the sensors are okay, i'd keep them just in case. 99BoostedSH did the dizzy swap and rewire and said it didnt run correctly, but that was a month ago.
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Re: JDM h22 distributor with USDM wiring harness

Well I am going to give it a try. Will keep you posted.
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