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Old 02-10-2010, 12:16 AM   #1
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I am doing a swap on my 96 Accord 2.2 non-Vtec to a 94 H22a. I am using the F22 engine harness and I can't find a diagram. The guy that was suppose to do my swap took the motor out in September then let my car sit in an alley until now and I am trying to finish the swap in my garage. I don't know Honda motors this is my first Honda an my first swap so it has been very difficult.

I have looked through this forum and could not find a diagram already here. If someone knows where to find one online I would greatly appreciate it.

Also if anyone knows where I can find a diagram that shows all the wire colors to their respected plug on the harness that would be great if such a thing exist. I have found all this for the H22 but I suppose that is a more popular motor.
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