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Old 05-20-2013, 01:31 AM   #1
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I decided just to start a thread about this as a spinoff of the other thread that way people can find the information all here. I'll be adding info as I get it in. Enjoy!

VTEC male and female (92up), A/C compressor (92up), 1 wire O2 connector (92up)



Reverse switch male and female (92up), 2 wire crank fluctuation sensor (96up)



Vehicle Speed Sensor female (92up), 3 wire CKF female (96up), EGR (92up)



4 wire O2 (92up), OEM cruise male and female (90up)



Distributor plug (92-95, 99-00 Civic only ex HX model), 5 wire wideband O2 (92-95 VX, 96up HX)



Distributor plug (96-98 Civic)




Distributor plug (92-95)




Idle air control valve (88up excl 96-00 D16Y7, Y5/Y8 auto), VTEC pressure switch (92up), Knock sensor (92up excl 99-00 B20Z, 97-01 Prelude H22A), Fan switch (92up), ECT (88up), Power Steering Pressure switch (92up), Evap Purge (92-95), Intake air temperature (88-95), IAB (94up B18C)



Intake air temp sensor (96up Civic), EVAP purge (96up), Vent Canister (96up)



3 wire idle air control valve (96-00 D16Y7, D16Y5/8 auto)



MAP sensor (88up), TPS sensor (88up)



Fuel injector plug OBD1 (left)/ OBD2 (right)



Alternator OBD1



Alternator OBD2



Oil pressure sending unit, engine coolant temperature sending unit (gauge)



Harness Overview



General Sensor component locations







92-95 Civic ALL





















96-00 Civic excl GX


























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Old 05-20-2013, 03:22 AM   #2
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GOOD STUFF. I'm sure this info will come handy.
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Old 05-20-2013, 03:35 AM   #3
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Wow holy ****, you've just saved so many headaches you don't know.
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Old 06-02-2013, 05:57 AM   #4
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Updated 92-95 Civic and 96-00 Civic sensor connectors with wiring colors. I'm working on getting some Integra harness next, stay tuned for an update.
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Old 06-02-2013, 08:14 AM   #5
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FYI: CDM and USDM alternator plugs are different. This should be mentioned lest it lead to some confusion.

I'd like to say I am working on something similar but for bolts, screws, and nuts, but it's a long way from finished.
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Yeah I put "Canada" under the alternator pic but I guess I should clarify the 4 wire as US, the bolt ID would be awesome as well.
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Old 08-26-2013, 01:16 PM   #7
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As I decipher these drawings, what in '92-'95 was called "LAF Sensor" became (farther down the page) an "O2 Sensor" in '96-'00. True?

And, in '92 there was only one "O2 Sensor", so described, on the car?

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I currently own a 2005 accord ex 2.4
I am looking for these exact connectors if anybody can help me on how i can find where to purchase them

VTEC male and female (92up), A/C compressor (92up), 1 wire O2 connector (92up)



Thank you
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Old 05-21-2015, 05:42 PM   #9
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The female end is connected to the a/c compressor if that helps im more interested in the on that one (female)
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Any particular reason why? The reason I'm asking is it's pretty rare if your just trying to find one but you can swap the pins over to 2,3,4, etc pin connectors rather easily
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When i bought the car the wires that go to these connectors were cut by the previous owner there are no pins just the wire
Im not sure how to go about getting the female pins according to size any suggestions?
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IDK why this hasnt been stuck..

Damn good info! Thx Hero
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Looking for the female end <br/>Thnx hero
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Picture giving an overview of the wiring harness is incorrect for Left hand drive cars. It should be labeled left/right instead of driver/passenger. Driver side as indicated in the picture would be a right hand drive car.
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Old 08-19-2016, 01:19 PM   #16
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(LONG STORY SHORT)
Can any one help me find a diagram like this one for the b18b1 obd2a?

(Long story)
So I originally posted in may of 2013 asking for help to identify the connectors/plugs and hondapartshero replied with what he posted here which was amazing and I can't thank him enough, still many years have past and I just found the plugs again lol I know how ridiculous it sounds but I am trying to find similar information but for the 1996 Integra with the B18B1. I attached a picture of a sensor connector identification list, which I am looking for but for the 1996 integra b18b1. As I know someone to catalog all this would be enormous that's why I am now searching for a diagram like I am posting but for the integra. I already have the fsm, haynes, chilton, and other various user submitted manuals cataloging electrical information regarding integras.

Also Hondapartshero I know you mentioned you wanted to do something similar but for the integra shock tower pin out, I have my 96 teg ls-se it's non vtec but if you wanted high res pics of the shock tower plugs male/female let me know and I can do that.

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Able to locate the correct pin and connector shell for 96-00 Civics to fix the corroded/broken wires at the driverside door?
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This thread is $!

I am looking for the VTEC plug as well:

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This thread is $!

I am looking for the VTEC plug as well:

Anybody know what this is. ...I'm lost.
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This two pin connector is also used in the AC condensor pressure switch.
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What might be a good idea is to create a sheet using this as a template, replacing the "C" numbers with their actual names and having the real pictures of every Honda engine harness laid out with a legend key that shows what plug correlates to which color wire and stuff.

When I am doing an engine harness/motor swap I always print out this, write in the sensor names, and check off one by one as I go. It confirms that I don't have any extra plugs that need to go somewhere and it helps with trouble shooting.

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What might be a good idea is to create a sheet using this as a template, replacing the "C" numbers with their actual names and having the real pictures of every Honda engine harness laid out with a legend key that shows what plug correlates to which color wire and stuff.

When I am doing an engine harness/motor swap I always print out this, write in the sensor names, and check off one by one as I go. It confirms that I don't have any extra plugs that need to go somewhere and it helps with trouble shooting.



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