the caption is kinda blurry: "voted "best hair" for the Decatur High School yearbook, Sarah's ability to find humor and joyin the worst of circumstances inspired those around her to also be their best". Thats the picture they are using in the yearbook for the best hair award.preludechic said:I like your new sig pic, red92s. You're such a sweetheart. I'm glad to see that you're doing good.
I'll walk out to my 92 right now and check if someone can tell me what wires I'm looking for. The dude on hp.com (thread above I posted) said the wiring was taped behind the dash though.kevie88 said:I've heard that some 92's are, but after that (93-) they aren't. My 93 S was not wired for VTEC.
Are the VTEC solienoid and oil pressure switch the ONLYwires you need to add, because I keep getting different answers.My car wasn't wired for VTEC so I took an old connector that was similar to the ECU one and broke it and took some pins with a few inches of wire and added the pin to the ECU for pins A4 and D6. Then I passed some wire through the firewall, there's a place for that under the fusebox, and I connected the VTEC solenoid to the A4 pin and the oil pressure switch to pin D6 and the other wire of the oil pressure switch should be wired to the ground on the thermostat housing
So you just added the signal wires (knock, VTEC, oil pressure) to their appropriate locations on the ECU connector? Do you happen to know which pin locations they go to?kevie88 said:For my 'S' model I had to add:
Vtec switch (one wire, signal to ecu)
Vtec pressure switch (two wires,one signal, one ground)
IAB (intake air bypass) two wires, one +12v, one signal)
Knock sensor (one wire, signal to ecu)
My 'S' model wiring harness was a little too short on almost all the connectors, so I had to do quite a bit of cutting, splicing and soldering. It's not hard at all, just time consuming.
Is there a pin diagram in the Helms manual? I ordered one, but havent gotten it yet. . . "A17" dont help much if I dont know which hole it is. I have the B18c giagram, but no H22kevie88 said::bigthumb: Hope that helps!!
Wow, I think it was P2W that said that. I seem to remember this conversation coming up before, but we never really came to a conclusion as to if they were identical or not. Hmmm....kevie88 said:Yep, the service manual has great diagrams, makes everything easy(er)! I PM'd you!
I wanted to add (totally O/T -sorry) that I noticed in the 'engine swap faq' section of the 4th gen FAQ's, someone stated that the engine mounts are different for the 3 different engines that the 4th gen came with. THIS IS INCORRECT!. All engine mounts for 4th gen preludes are the same part number.