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Old 04-06-2005, 01:10 PM
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hey all ive just been wiring up a mates car with an apexi safc2 his car is a honda civic 5 dr hatch uk spec with a
b18c A engine the ecu is a p9k-e11 J1. the thing is there is no rpm wire on the ecu,
it looks exactly the same as a b16a2 ecu but there is no rpm wire to conect to!!
can anyone help or know what to do!
cheers!!
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Old 04-06-2005, 02:10 PM
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then you need to catch a tach signal at the distributor on the ignitor wire, on my car b16a obd-0 its on the 2 pin plug, the one on the right side, not sure where it is on that distro. you need to get a manual and look for the ignitor wire off the distributor and tap it there, but i gaurantee theres a place at the ecu to catch the tach signal, your just not looking in the right spot
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Old 04-06-2005, 05:26 PM
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You can also get the signal from the dead end plug on the drivers side wiring harness. Blue wire, with a female connector.
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