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Old 10-15-2012, 10:00 PM   #21
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The injectors can be perfect but if the ecu is not firing them then you get no gas ... that's by I recommended the propane injection.
The injectors are firing in a pattern. Not sure if it's the right order or not. As of right now I have a complete vtec obd2a harness wired up and waiting for either the vx ecu or a obd2a to obd1 jumper harness. As of right now no one has any obd2a's. The only ones I can get are obd2b's and I already have three of those.

I tried propane. No dice.

Thanks.
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Old 10-18-2012, 07:34 PM   #22
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Finally got it going along with a 93 si. It ended up being a bad harness. I don't know where its bad but I took it out and put another one I wired up the exact same way and it turned on. Only issues I have on either cars right now are cel's for the o2 sensors. Also one has an iacv issue and it's ruining the idle. I'll take care of all of that tomorrow and hopefully get the vette going as well

Thanks for all the help. I'll be back on here for sure.
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