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Old 05-06-2007, 11:52 AM
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Does anyone happen to know if the harness for the ecu on a 95 prelude SE is different from a 92 prelude si? We are doing a H22a swap in my buddy's car and we used the H23 engine harness, so I figured it would be like my 93 prelude swap where I just run the 2 wires (pressure switch and vtec solenoid). But when I looked at the ecu plugs for the harness, the places for the pressure switch and vtec solenoid are already taken. Anyone have any ideas?
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I believe they included the VTEC wiring in the harnesses of latter models (IE '95)
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its already wired from the ecu to the engine bay but u got to splice the harness there pull the wires and join them to the solenoid and switch wiring
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