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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-30-2018, 07:28 PM Thread Starter
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how do i perform a re-wiring of a whole Integra?

How do i go about performing, or attempt to perform, a whole re-wiring of a 1993 Acura Integra? my DA9 needs to be completely re-wired, among other things, to get it roadworthy again after the previous owner I bought it from had tried to mess with the wiring himself to "upgrade" the security system, (probably with one of those really shitty viper security systems) and completely ruined it. I had to trailer it home and that is where it has sat since 2016.
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The entire vehicle?? for starters i would get your hands on a good manual with excellent electrical information and diagrams, and then i would try to track down the harnesses you need from a junkyard or ebay or something like that and replace them one at a time. You'll most likely have to gut the car to get to the wiring in the cabin.

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hit the junk yard, find the car and pull what you need, i converted a LS with no power locks to a entire GS harness just because i wanted power locks, pulled entire cabin harness, door wiring, panels, and relay boxes, took me about 2 hours to rip stuff out and and remove nicely.

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Like was said - you need to get the manual with electrical diagrams and figure out what you need first. I doubt you have to 'rewire' the whole car unless it burned to the ground! In any case I have a 92 DA we are racing in Chump - now Champcar and not using most of the wiring segments or harness and may end up removing it altogether. Just send me an PM once you know specifically what you need and I might be able to help you out cheap. I've not found any Gen2 cars in junkyards in FL FYI - just seem to be getting to point of some things being 'unobtainium'.
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