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Old 03-10-2019, 05:36 PM
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I have inherited a 92 vx civic with a 95 b16a3 swap that I installed it doesnít hit a lick when trying to start seems to have a extra plug on the passenger side shock tower not connected to anything what it is
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Do you have distributor related codes ??? It looks like it has the CKP and CYP sensor wires in that plug... is the plug that you have pictured part of the chassis harness or the engine harness and is it found over near the right shock tower ???
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that plug is part of the chassis harness the distributor is plugged in and it just turns over no eco codes I canít find out what that plug is for and what is involved with doing a b series swap into a 92 vx hatch
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Looks like O2 sensor plug on the harness side

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that plug is part of the chassis harness the distributor is plugged in and it just turns over no eco codes I canít find out what that plug is for and what is involved with doing a b series swap into a 92 vx hatch
Are you using the VX engine harness or do you have a different engine harness ???
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it is possible that that plug is for the lean burn stuff and egr, but i belive that stuff is on the driver side so im not sre if that helps
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that is a plug designation C129, it carries the wideband O2 wires.
that blue wire running from it is likely the crude solution to pull the correct wire out to run a narrowband.
If you are running anything other than the stock P07 ECU and wideband combo, you do not need it. (blue wire extension excluded of course)

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