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Old 14 Nov 2007, 08:31 am
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Default shock tower wiring help?

ok i have a 97 acura integra rs and i am swapping in an obd1 b18c1 and i was wondering if the obd1 engine harness will plug into to obd2 cabin harness on the shock tower(s)?
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Old 14 Nov 2007, 08:46 am
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Yup, they plug right in. You'll still have to run the wires from the shock tower plugs to the ecu; for the vtec wires & the IAB (secondary butterfly).
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