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Old 04-11-2011, 04:19 PM   #1
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Default Pics of completed vtec OBD1 P72 ECU wiring

If anybody could find(i could not) a pic of a OBD1 P72 ECU wired for vtec.
I would like a reference picture to help me out. i know where to wire it and what to wire but not really sure how it should look. also pictures of the sensors the wires run to would be great.
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Old 04-11-2011, 05:16 PM   #2
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Old 04-11-2011, 07:21 PM   #3
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Holy Shizz! thanks man. By far the best pic/diagram i've seen. this should be a sticky or something.
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^Hondapartshero

I went to check out your website and found a Honda Acura OBD1 VTEC conversion swap harness.

Is this all the wires and everything i need to wire vtec from my ECU to my motor/sensors?
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one other thing hondapartshero. if im gonna have an aftermarket intake manifold, do i just not hook up the IAB? or do i need to chip/tune my ECU?
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Default Re: Pics of completed vtec OBD1 P72 ECU wiring

IAB COLOR(A17)* isn't that the charcoal/vapor canister?
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IAB COLOR(A17)* isn't that the charcoal/vapor canister?
No its the IAB solenoid and vacuum chamber

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if you are using an aftermarket intake manifold you won't need the IAB wiring and you can just use the OBD1 VTEC subharness I sell, plus its cheaper. It includes all the wiring and connectors needed to basically plug and play. No need to chip the ECU as it won't throw a check engine light for the missing IAB's.
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Ok thanks hondapartshero. I will be buying that when I get off work today. Thanks for all the help
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awesome diagrams !!!!!! really easy to understand and will help a lot of people!!!!
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Yeah that is by far the best pic/diagram I've ever seen
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Best diagram I've seen. Just what I needed. Thanks man!
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