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Old 01-13-2011, 08:38 PM   #1
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Default WRITE UP: Anatomy of an 88 CRX-HF Interior Fuse Box

I am helping my son with a resto-mod of a new (to us) 88 CRX-HF.

While planning the wiring, I thought it would be useful to reverse engineer the interior fusebox in order to see if there are any easy ways to get power without splicing into existing harnesses. I documented the fuse box.

There are several unused single pin connections on the fuse box. You can find single pin connectors that fit those on fuse box connections of junkyard 4 door Civic's. You can also find junkyard sunroof connectors if your car is not equipped with a sunroof.

This document makes it super easy to get power for your mods.

Let me know what you use it for, if you don't mind.

I posted the document here: http://accutach.com/Documents/88CRX-...xAnatomyR1.pdf

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Very interesting. Im sure i could find some sort of use for this
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now that is impressive.
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good info
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WOW!!

This is a lot of help!
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You are ther Man! Great Job, Great info.
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Nicely Done Mark!

You also have one of my favorite cars I love the white with tan interior. I would love to have an R someday to put next to my Dark Ivy Green Metallic 65 Fastback with 289-4V under the hood. I've had my 65 since high school.
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Nicely Done Mark!

You also have one of my favorite cars I love the white with tan interior. I would love to have an R someday to put next to my Dark Ivy Green Metallic 65 Fastback with 289-4V under the hood. I've had my 65 since high school.
Glad to help.

That 4V 289 sounds nice. Makes me think of my 44K mile 66 Sunbeam Tiger. Not a 4V, though.

An R would be great. My Cobra has a KB blower on it, and I self tune it using SCT's Advantage. I had to put my Teksid Terminator project (currently porting the heads) on hold for my son's CRX project.

We're having a lot of fun with his new HF. Going with an 84mm Darton sleeved 94 B18C1 block, LS crank, forged internals, mild P&P B16A head, with plans for a turbo. I'll be tuning it with CROME.
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much respect. you are a very patient man.

i just downloaded it for future use. thanks for sharing
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Default Re: WRITE UP: Anatomy of an 88 CRX-HF Interior Fuse Box

fantastic!

I recently picked up a spare fuse box to do this exact same thing. Wish I would have came across this prior :-/

Thank you.
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As a person who likes to splice as little as possible, I extend to you my sincerest thank you!!
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