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post #15 of 26 (permalink) Old 07-31-2010, 01:09 AM Thread Starter
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hey where did you get the pins and the the little rubber grommets for the pins?

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I chopped a plug off a junkyard car's distributor.
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Is the teg the only one that has that specific 4x2 plug? Where else can I find it? Not many integras at the junkyard that are still intact lol
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Any 4x2 plug should work...from any civic, prelude, or integra. There's tons of them in the yard here- few tegs, but Honda's in general. So no, it is not Integra specific for that plug. I sourced mine from a spare harness I had around...not sure what it's from, but it was an OBD1 distributor plug.

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Is the teg the only one that has that specific 4x2 plug? Where else can I find it? Not many integras at the junkyard that are still intact lol
You can always pop the dead plug out of your harness and carry it into the yard with you looking for a plug that matches it.
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Good idea- ima have to do that today. Doing this plug and play very soon, pics will be up :thumbsup:
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Just gotta hit it with some brake cleaner to take off the grime

Great write-up!! Thanks for all the help along the way as well
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Here are some pics of the PnP resistor box installed in a car:






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BEA-UTIFUL.

Gotta love the plug and play setup. Easy to go back to stock or saturated injectors if you need to.
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good write up
i just did my resistor box like 3min ago.
i cant plug it in because my injectors might freak out...or will they. i have the factor injectors in as of right now

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Nice write up and thank you.

When I jump up to 1000cc injectors, I will need this setup lol

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Nice and clean just the way I like it.

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