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Old 29 Sep 2004, 11:41 pm
EBrown
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Default 93 Accord ECU plug

I'm not sure if I'm looking at the right plug to jump on my 93 Accord SE
to read the trouble codes. It's under the passenger side kick panel but
it doesn't look like the one I see in my Haynes manual. This one's ablut
1.25" long and 3/8 inch wide. There are no holes to put a jumper wire
into. Looks sort of like an electrical bus thing inside with a metal bar
separated into two parts.
Is this the right plug or am I blind? My car started a stumble in the
engine. The next day it wouldn't start at all. I've replaced the coil
and I get no spark at all. The ignitor seems to test out ok. I'd live to
be able to read the codes if I knew what I was looking at.

Thanks for any response.
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Old 03 Oct 2004, 01:04 pm
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Default Re: 93 Accord ECU plug

the plug color is blue
will have two wires going into a blue plastic plug
it can possably be pluged into a brown dead end pug(end cap)
Hope this helps


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> I'm not sure if I'm looking at the right plug to jump on my 93 Accord SE
> to read the trouble codes. It's under the passenger side kick panel but it
> doesn't look like the one I see in my Haynes manual. This one's ablut
> 1.25" long and 3/8 inch wide. There are no holes to put a jumper wire
> into. Looks sort of like an electrical bus thing inside with a metal bar
> separated into two parts.
> Is this the right plug or am I blind? My car started a stumble in the
> engine. The next day it wouldn't start at all. I've replaced the coil and
> I get no spark at all. The ignitor seems to test out ok. I'd live to be
> able to read the codes if I knew what I was looking at.
>
> Thanks for any response.



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Old 04 Oct 2004, 07:05 pm
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Default Re: 93 Accord ECU plug

Sartore Family wrote:
> the plug color is blue
> will have two wires going into a blue plastic plug
> it can possably be pluged into a brown dead end pug(end cap)
> Hope this helps
>
>
> "EBrown" <eb62@spam.me.not.twave.net> wrote in message
> news:48M6d.5086$ls6.2395@newsread3.news.atl.earthl ink.net...
>
>>I'm not sure if I'm looking at the right plug to jump on my 93 Accord SE
>>to read the trouble codes. It's under the passenger side kick panel but it
>>doesn't look like the one I see in my Haynes manual. This one's ablut
>>1.25" long and 3/8 inch wide. There are no holes to put a jumper wire
>>into. Looks sort of like an electrical bus thing inside with a metal bar
>>separated into two parts.
>>Is this the right plug or am I blind? My car started a stumble in the
>>engine. The next day it wouldn't start at all. I've replaced the coil and
>>I get no spark at all. The ignitor seems to test out ok. I'd live to be
>>able to read the codes if I knew what I was looking at.
>>
>>Thanks for any response.

>
>
>

Thanks for the info. I'll check it out.

Ebrown
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