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Old 04 Jan 2010, 10:16 am
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Default Where can i find the ECU ground in 95 honda accord ex?

And how do i check the continuity
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Old 04 Jan 2010, 10:31 am
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just follow the wires to the existing ground. if it does not matter just use a part of the metal frame of the car as a ground.
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Old 04 Jan 2010, 10:46 am
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It should be bolted to the intake manifold near the brake master cylinder area. It's a 4 wire terminal with a 10mm bolt on it. With a meter check continuity from that connector to the other connector at the ECU. Please back prove the ECU connector, if u try to push the lead on the tester into the pin u will expand that pin and it will no longer fit properly. Hope this helps, Good luck!
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