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Old May 31st, 2014, 10:58 AM   #1
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Home made Hondata harness :P

I like to thank Zach (atlas.46) for hooking it up with the boomslang harness. The boomslang harness is a lot more fragile than the AEM harness when it comes to the pin snapping between the wires and the connector in the rear.

To depin I used a sewing needle and pressed it in to the top hole.

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I also have some extra wiring that has the pin on them if people need it to swap their OEM OBD2 connector. The hondata one just plain sucks. It like a weak little girl

Painted the ECU since the ECU cover was really scratched up and I had extra wrinkle black paint.






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Old May 31st, 2014, 11:05 AM   #2
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I can Haz cranberry orange cookie? J/k. Props! How long did it take you ?
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Old May 31st, 2014, 11:17 AM   #3
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Took a month of research and comparing notes with people on acurazine and Zach. 3 hours to depin all the pins cuz I couldn't figure it out. 2 hours to play match and insert.

I wasn't sure if Zach did the whole harness or not. So I took it all part.

I still don't know where the a.c pressure line thingy goes lol. Its a mystery on my notes and on Zach's also

And yes you can have a cookie. ;p and thanks again for the injector harness for the rdx


My next task is to replace my obd2 connector data thingy. The hondata hi-lo wires still keep backing out even after I super glued it.can't believe that POS wire was 50 bucks. It only 2 dollars in wire, 15 cent in pins, and maybe 5-10 bucks for that green connector thingy that no one can buy.
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Old May 31st, 2014, 11:27 AM   #4
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Took a month of research and comparing notes with people on acurazine and Zach. 3 hours to depin all the pins cuz I couldn't figure it out. 2 hours to play match and insert.

I wasn't sure if Zach did the whole harness or not. So I took it all part.

I still don't know where the a.c pressure line thingy goes lol. Its a mystery on my notes and on Zach's also

And yes you can have a cookie. ;p and thanks again for the injector harness for the rdx


My next task is to replace my obd2 connector data thingy. The hondata hi-lo wires still keep backing out even after I super glued it
holy crap! Nice work! Hell of a lot cheaper than buying the Hondata harness! Crazy to think that I was one of the first ones to have had hondata, and I never had issues with the obd connector. I don't think Sonnick has, either. You're welcome!
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now reward yourself with that cookie
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Old May 31st, 2014, 04:36 PM   #6
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alright honda is stupid or something. They made the OBD2 connector a non-replacable item. Need to buy the whole engine harness just to replace the port. WTF!
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alright honda is stupid or something. They made the obd2 connector a non-replacable item. Need to buy the whole engine harness just to replace the port. Wtf!
junkyard!
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Old May 31st, 2014, 05:06 PM   #8
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^ yay!! Need to find a pick and pull. Probably make a drive out yo Ohio
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yeah... once i got on a roll depinning it i didnt stop till all plugs were done... and then realized i didnt have to do it all. I was like crap..

Also after doing it all i didnt want to risk it not working so i decided to just buy the hondata harness.
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It was easier to just depin it all rather than search for the wire
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