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Old 10-27-2006, 10:47 AM   #1
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Honda NOID Light, Which to use?

I want to check to see if my injectors are getting a proper signal to conclude wether its my injectors or something else (i get error code 16). They sell kits that iclude the followoing noids;
  • GM TBI
  • Bosch PFI
  • Ford TBI
  • GM PFI
  • Geo TBI
  • GM SCPI

Is it the Bosch PFI Noid that i have to use? Or is the Honda Noid not on the list?

Thank you in advanced.
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Old 10-27-2006, 11:55 AM   #2
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I have no idea, but have you already checked your main relay and wiring (if you changed any wiring)? What's a NOID?
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Old 10-27-2006, 12:19 PM   #3
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Yeah, ive ran through the honda manual a few times and everything checks out. I have proper voltage, the injectors are injecting gas, it leads me to replace ecu, i replaced the p07 with a p13 ( that i know is good). And i get the same message. Could it also be that i repaired the TPS and the idle is all screwy since i did not calibrate it (i didnt know i had to at the time i did it)? ( what i mean by repaired is that i got a jdm engine and the tps clip was broken but the leads where still there. I couldnt get close enough to it to sauder so i took it off and saudered some wires to it and put it back. I have a feeeling that it might be the irregular idle thats throwing off the ecu and making it think that its a injector malfunction.

Does anyone know if a 88 civic (D15 DPFI) TPS will fit a d15z1? THey should but i dont know.

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Did you swap the wires on the TPS?

Also, are you using an injector resistor box or not?
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Do you mean connect them improperly? I dont think so. could that be it?
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Old 10-27-2006, 01:29 PM   #6
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For the tps you need to switch the two outer wires when you do the MPFI swap. Dunno if that causes a code 16 though.

What's your injector/resistor box situation?
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I dont have one. I dont think the original DPFI wire harness had one. Where would it be if i had one. I didnt take one out, if i had one then its probably still there. Although, isnt it ussualy on the drivers side shock tower? because there is nothing there.
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By the way, a NOID is a test light that checks for signal coming from the injector harness. It lets you know if theres a problem with the wiring harness.
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Noid?



Avoid the Noid.
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Noid?

:Noid image:

Avoid the Noid.

He looks like he's annoyed.
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