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Old 03-03-2004, 09:29 PM
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Help: Wiring the H22 distributor to the F22 harness

has anyone had problems with the distributor, the f22 harness doesn't match up to the h22 distributor. the f22 has a hitachi distributor while the h22 has a TEC distributor. anyway, does anyone knows how to wire the h22 distributor up to the f22 harness.

(i'm reuseing the f22 harness)
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Old 03-03-2004, 09:51 PM
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Eric call me up i mite be able to help.
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I know that if the distributor isn't obdII it wont work with the obdII f22 harness. If that is the case, your gonna have to get a new distributor.
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need to know how to wire the h22 distributor up to the f22 harness. i need detailed instructions.
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ok here is what you do....

1. lenghten the wires for the crank angle sensor and the cylinder pos sensor so theyt reach to the dizzy area. there should be a red, blue, green, and white wire there.
2. take those h22 harness plugs and hack em off, you will need them. (MAKE SURE TO LEAVE AS MUCH SLACK AS POSSIBLE 6' or more)
3. Hack the plugs off your f22 harness
4. you now have bare wires where the harness meets the dizzy. use a wiring diagram from a chiltons of helms to properly wire the h22 plugs onto the harness. I would HIGHLY reccommend soldering these connections as the h22 is a hot-running engine. and would surely melt any kind of crimpcaps or (bleh) tape.
5. plug the new harness plugs into the dizzy.
6. start engine , drive around and whoop up on all the little ricer punks in your area.
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Old 03-03-2004, 10:58 PM
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thank you so much! very much appreciated.
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Glad you got it figured out.
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Old 03-03-2004, 11:16 PM
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Glad you got it figured out.
yah, swap should be done by tomorrow.
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Daymn tell us how it is.
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Originally posted by lnsyone
yah, swap should be done by tomorrow.
Something else will go wrong ....trust me

Never fails.

I freaked out too when i saw what i had to do to get the distributor goin, but it turned out to be super easy. I hand wired my OBDI plugs with a soldering iron. It was really tedious and for about a month i couldnt get it to start because of a wrong wiring diagram i got from the dealership. I had it wired

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
14|15|16|17|18|19
when its actually
1 | 3 | 5 | 7 | 9 | 11
2 | 4 | 6 | 8 |10| 12

so 98% of the wires were wrong. Once i figured that out the car fired right up. Best sound in the world when you do all the work yourself.
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Wow that pretty fucked up wrong diagram.
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yeah ill say. Fuckin jackasses. You would like to think a dealership would have their game together.
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Some dont man i had some problems when i bought my car from the dealer. Like a leaking transmisson seal after it passed their used car inspection and was assured that the car was in great condition. Luckything i caught it before it was too late.
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Old 03-04-2004, 01:32 AM
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damn you insyone!, some day, i will get h2
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heeh, make sure you can keep up with my turbo charged one
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Originally posted by baka_t
I know that if the distributor isn't obdII it wont work with the obdII f22 harness. If that is the case, your gonna have to get a new distributor.
thats incorrect, my h22 was obdI and I got it to work and also have no CEL. If you didn't get it figured out yet PM me your number and I'll call you after 9 pm (cell is free) and I'll spare 20 minutes and go over the wiring with you wire for wire.
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Insyone I had the same problem, we rewired the crank sensor and everything to the dizzy and she still wouldn't fire, turned it out it was the ECU. We had the p13 ECU in that was trying to read my car as an auto when the ecu is for a manual. I switched back to my stock ecu and the car fired right up. Now we just have to figure out what pins to take out of the p13 so it will not think the car is an auto.
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so is yours the type s or euro r motor?, or just a plain h22
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Originally posted by AcUrALiTy
so is yours the type s or euro r motor?, or just a plain h22
If your asking me, mine is a JDM H22A, I do not have the type R or Euro, just the japanese version of the H22A which I believe only puts out 10 more horses than the US version.
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i just have the regular h22a. actually, you know what? im not sure which year motor he is swapping in. ill ask, when i pick up my car.
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Originally posted by Leon
thats incorrect, my h22 was obdI and I got it to work and also have no CEL. If you didn't get it figured out yet PM me your number and I'll call you after 9 pm (cell is free) and I'll spare 20 minutes and go over the wiring with you wire for wire.
Well, we tried wire it that way and it ended up not working. Anyway, we wanted to change all the igniton parts so we were gonna change the distributor anyway since it looked pretty bad. Actually, when i think about it it mite of been a bad distributor thats why it didn't work.
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this whole thread has valueable information for those whom want to swap in a prelude motor. i think it should be saved.
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Originally posted by lnsyone
i just have the regular h22a. actually, you know what? im not sure which year motor he is swapping in. ill ask, when i pick up my car.
look on the block right on the section where the header is, the year is there.
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i just got my car started from making my own wire


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need to know how to wire the h22 distributor up to the f22 harness. i need detailed instructions.

















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Nice addition squizzle, did you use the F harness to the H motor?
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H22A4 obd1

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thats incorrect, my h22 was obdI and I got it to work and also have no CEL. If you didn't get it figured out yet PM me your number and I'll call you after 9 pm (cell is free) and I'll spare 20 minutes and go over the wiring with you wire for wire.

so is there a way to wire ckp to dizzy or 95 accord harness ?? Help pls
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H22A4 obd1

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Can u help with how to wire ckp off h22a4 to obd1 dizzy or f22b1 harness whatever is easier
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