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Old 05-27-2003, 08:09 AM   #1
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Default Official Injector Resistor Box Install......56k, Buy Broadband.

I have never really seen an "Official" injector box install with pictures, so I went ahead and did it yesterday to make it easier for others trying to do this. Pictures say MORE than a thousand words sometimes.

First step is to check continuity. I was just going to use Hondata's site but am I glad I didn't!!! Mine was completely different from what their site said. You will then cut these wires about 1 inch from the distribution block.



Next step is to splice the wires on the injector box itself to prepare for soldering.


Step 3 is too solder extra wire onto the injector box. I had to do this because of where I was mounting it.


Step for is to make it nice and neat when done soldering. I used heat shrink tubing that I snagged from a buddy at a local stereo shop. Thanks Tobster!!



Step 5 is to wire all 4 wires of the distribution block together (These wires are the one you tested in step 1) and solder the red wire to them.


Step 6 is to wire the black wires to the 4 yellow and black wires on the harness side. I heat shrank mine when I was done to make it neat again.


Step 7 is to find a place to mount it. I mounted mine on a already tapped 10mm hole right by the clutch master cylinder. Here it is ready to be mounted.


Another couple of shots completed.




Hope everyone finds this useful information. Sorry about all the pictures but sometimes you just have to in order to get a point across.

Enjoy!

Modified by ladysman at 6:50 AM 5/28/2003

Last edited by ladysman; 12-28-2008 at 12:02 PM. Reason: Updated Photo Locations because of Multiple Requests
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good work man
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Nice writeup I know that will help many people.
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Old 05-27-2003, 08:58 AM   #4
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I bought broadband... woohoooo. ok enough of that.

nice write up and clean install... I hate the ghetto restistor looking setups.
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Old 05-27-2003, 10:41 AM   #5
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Good job.

FYI though, that power distribution block was not present on my 2000 Civic Si. I saw something that looked liked it on the bottom side of the intake manifold (ie, impossible to work on). I don't think OBD2 Civics have that plug in a place that is accessable like yours.

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Old 05-27-2003, 11:28 AM   #6
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Good job.

FYI though, that power distribution block was not present on my 2000 Civic Si. I saw something that looked liked it on the bottom side of the intake manifold (ie, impossible to work on). I don't think OBD2 Civics have that plug in a place that is accessable like yours.

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Thanks for your help on the injector clips!!!
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For EKs there is a similar plug underneath the intake manifold where you can tap into these wires.
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Old 05-28-2003, 04:52 AM   #8
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Yes, this is for EG Civics but could be the same for 94-95 Integras too. Not for sure.
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Bump for those that haven't seen this yet.
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oh lord...i think i've been running my resistor box wired wrong... What kind of damage would Occur from this?!
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oh lord...i think i've been running my resistor box wired wrong... What kind of damage would Occur from this?!
ECU frying I would guess.
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ok, so I looked at my wiring, and it possibly might not be wrong--- if my ecu fried I would know it, right?
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ok, so I looked at my wiring, and it possibly might not be wrong--- if my ecu fried I would know it, right?
Yeah, I would think you could know it almost instantly. Never had it happen so I can't tell you for sure.
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anyone want to clarify the obd2 wiring... where under the manifold is this plug and does anyone have a pic of it? description.. anything??
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i have an obd-2 car, and it was at the same location.
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so i don't hook any power up to the resistor box?
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Just follow the info above. You will not have to create any new wires. Its simply cutting four wires and splicing a resistor box in between the cut ends.
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straight man appreciate it!
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what are those wires that you tapped in to that plug where the resistor is now located, the wires that go in the fire wall?
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what are those wires that you tapped in to that plug where the resistor is now located, the wires that go in the fire wall?
wires that go to the injectors
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nooo not that the big plug at the end is tapped right, you know the plug that was tapped for the resistor to go in. this plug at the end is blocked and wires lead no where, we all know that.

now at the end of this blocked plug there is another smaller plug that has wires that lead into the firewall. is that smaller plug lead in to a 12v power source?, or just putting the end of the ye/blk wires together with the red wire give me the power source.

i know i can go to the end of the pug and wire the resistor there, just cut the wires at the end of the plug and put resistor between them. is that alllllll or do i have to tap somewhere else for a switched 12v source.
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nooo not that the big plug at the end is tapped right, you know the plug that was tapped for the resistor to go in. this plug at the end is blocked and wires lead no where, we all know that.

now at the end of this blocked plug there is another smaller plug that has wires that lead into the firewall. is that smaller plug lead in to a 12v power source?, or just putting the end of the ye/blk wires together with the red wire give me the power source.

i know i can go to the end of the pug and wire the resistor there, just cut the wires at the end of the plug and put resistor between them. is that alllllll or do i have to tap somewhere else for a switched 12v source.
You have lost me completely. You don't need a power source for the resistor pack.

Nice to see this post is back from the dead though.
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ohhhhhhhhhhh thats all i needed i was really confused by other people telling me stupid things about a 12v source. thank you and good thread
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Just curious how yours was different than the hondata site?I did mine the hondata way and my car hesitates,possibly because it might be different.
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Just curious how yours was different than the hondata site?I did mine the hondata way and my car hesitates,possibly because it might be different.
The pinouts were different than what was on Hondata's site.
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