Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: , ON
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I have a 95 integra ls, harness was originally an auto. I run the car at a few local oval tracks for the last two years. This year I decided to strip down the harness to the bare essentials and ditch all excess wiring, the cluster and the fuse panels in favor of a few inline fuses. I also ditched the stock starter relay and all wiring when I wired in a push button start. And depinned all the wires in the b plug for the auto computer.
I put power to all the wires that originally went to the fuse panel and it won't start. I followed the ecu pin outs from another site and checked every wire at the ecu for proper voltage with the key on (or ignition switch in my case) and it all checks out except for two things.
The green/black wire, pin a7 for the fuel pump is supposed to show battery voltage and I have less than one volt. It varys but never exceeds 1v. The fuel pump kicks on and never stops running. What would cause this? Shouldn't it stop after a few seconds?
Pin a19 on every diagram I have found says it should be empty or be a white wire for the intake control solenoid and should have battery voltage with the key on. In my harness it is a yellow wire that goes up to a bunch of wires that used to plug into the cluster. Anyone know what this is for?
And finally the strangest issue. I ran the codes and came up with 6 and 8. Coolant temp sensor and tdc sensor. From what I've read the car should still run with these codes. I've changed the distributor and still have the tdc code.
No matter what I do I cannot erase the codes. I have left the car overnight without a battery and could hook it up and run the codes and still get 6 and 8. I tried this ecu in my other integra and it ran it fine, so now I'm lost.
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