Thats right guy's it time to replace those 27 year old engine harnesses of ares and Carlos from cjswiring is just then man to help us.
Now let get right to it. You'll have your work cut out for you as this will be a DIY wire harness kit. That means you have put it together(make your own). So this will not be for the faint of heart and you'll need to have a bit of knowledge of wiring. However it's a the best way to get a price that everyone can afford.
There will be two options. Option A) will be an affordable basic kit for $240 shipped and will ship with in a week.
In the kit you will receive all of this.
325' Tefzel Wire, Assorted Sizes & Colors. normally include 10ft of wire lengths. Genealogy more than enough for A and B series Harness ends up being 8ft max depending on chassis and routing.
25' Raychem DR25 Assorted Sizes
Raychem ATUM 4:1 Glue Shrink Assorted Sizes
Generic Crimp/Splice & Ring Terminals
Sensor Terminals/Seals, ECU Terminals
HARNESS CONNECTOR LIST:
• Oil Pressure Sending Unit
• Knock Sensor(Round Style)
• Intake Air Temperature (Intake Manifold Style)
• Oxygen Sensor (Primary 4 Wire)
• Injector 1-4
• MAP Sensor
• TPS (Throttle position)
• Idle Control Motor
• Electronic Speed Sensor
• Fan Switch
• OBD1 Distributor plugs
• h20 Sending Unit (for Gauge Cluster)
• Reverse Lights(obd1 2pin)
• Engine Coolant Temp
• Starter Signal
• VTEC Solenoid
• OBD1 ECU Plugs A,B,D
Opinion B is everything in opinion a but with a mili spec firewall bulk head plug. No fire wall plate included(but available at a additional cost). This will run $440 shipped and will take a little longer as he will have to order the mili spec plugs as the orders come. Still about two week's.
I'm sure you guys will have questions for on how everything will work and all that. I will try my best to answer all of your questions as they pop up.
His site is where you can buy one. Just tell him you want the DIY kit for the accord. I will be get mine(mili spec) in about two weeks. You guy's can places orders now or wait tell I'm done with mine to see how it looks.
Here's a link to his site CJs Wiring â€” Home and some photos of pass work to give you a idea of what you get. Enjoy and be sure to ask all questions here first if I can't answer them I will get the information for you.