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Needed asap good photos of SI wires. I`m planing to do custom wiring for PGM-FI swap, but have no si wires. So, if i`ll hafe a pictures i`ll can find some from 2nd gen and CRX to make my own.
 

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Edit: 11-18-08

pages In order:

Page 1
Main Interior Harness
(does contain Cruise Control Unit and Automatic Transmission Control Unit)
Roof Harness
(Sun Roof, Dome Light, Seat Belt Reminder)
Trunk Harness
(does contain info on Mast Antenna)

Page 2
Right Side Engine Harness
(Under Hood Fuse Box, Lights, Main Connectors to Engine Harness)
Seat Heater Info (at bottom of page)

Page 3
Left Side Engine Harness
(Cruise Control Unit Actuator, Window Washer Unit, Windshield Wiper Motor, Lights)
Gauge Cluster Harness
Driver's Side Door Harness
(Power Windows, Power Locks, Seat Belt Retractors, Speakers, Mirrors)
Passenger's Side Door Harness
(Power Windows, Power Locks, Seat Belt Retractors, Speakers, Mirrors)

Are you needing the engine harness or interior harness?

This is the internal wire harness off of a 91 2.1 Si Auto.

(Edit 9/13/07): The way you see it laying on the ground (working from bottom to top) is the way it wraps around the steering column and over to the passenger side, then along the floor board to the rear of the car. It does not show the Rear Wire Harness, but I use a 88 S harness in it's place.

The long black wire loam in the top of the picture is what runs along the passenger side floor-board.
 

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GUESSMAN , thanks a lot!
Can you post more photos? Engine bay wires also. And if it`s possible, more detalaised.
 

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I don't have the engine harness any more (I sent it off to Rywire a while back and now it's an H22A hybrid harness) but I can get some more close-ups of the interior harness. You are in luck, I have not put it in my car yet. I'm at work right now so I'll see if I can get you some more pics after I get off work.
 

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Why not get a wiring from an Si lude? A lot of members on this forum has parts cars and you might get one cheap...
 

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I wonder how easy it is to get parts for a Lude in Russia?
I bet it's a pain in the arse.
 

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He can order it from a US member on this forum.
 

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I bet that'll be cheap :roll:

I do have an engine harness from an 88 Si laying around tho ;)
 

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Edit: 10-15-07 Just touching up on some last minute details
Edit: 10-6-07 Finished adding back what was lost. I'm done with this part. Now for the Right Harness.
Edit: 10-4-07 Fixing mistakes and adding more info and pictures
Edit: 10-3-07 Still adding lost information
Edit: 10-1-07 (I LOST EVERY THING ON THIS PAGE SO I WILL BE ADDING IT BACK WHEN I CAN SOMETHING HAPPENED WHEN I WENT TO SAVE. I HATE COMPUTERS SOMETIMES)
Edit: 9-26-07 Added a good link to learn about PGM-Fi
Edit: 9-23-07 added right fender harness pictures on page 2
Edit: 9-20-07 I missed labeled The ALB
Edit: 9-19-07 Added some more details and changed some wording
Edit: 9-18-07 Added more details, changed some picture orders
Edit: 9-17-07 Adding more info and pictures and correcting mislabeled items
Edit: 9-16-07 Added more detail and corrected some mistakes, added more pictures
Edit: 9-15-07
Edit: 9-14-07
Edit: 9-13-07 Too much to tell

I will be making everything one color as soon as I'm done with this write up. The only reason I have multi-color text, is to clarify what I have changed. I will leave some stuff in color to high-light certain notes.

I have posted tons of pictures in this thread. It might take a while to load.

I tried to put it in some sort of order that everyone would understand. Starting from the driver's side then going around the steering wheel, working your way towards the passenger's side and then to the rear of the car. I also tried to keep components that were relative together. (Main Harness) (Roof Harness) (Rear Harness)

I really hope this helps out someone because it really helped me.

Now, this harness came out of a LHD 91 2.1 Si with /cruise/automatic transmission/power
windows and mirrors / (ALB was not on this car after all) and power locks. It did not have 4ws (like that matters). (Shown below) I went back to the junkyard on 9-28-07 and the car was gone so if anyone wanted to know where to find it, sorry, it's probably crushed.

Note 1: I cut off the harness before it went to the Roof and Rear Harness's so I use my 88 S model in it's place. Only difference is the wiring to the Mast Antenna Mast Antenna Relay, Noise Filter (located next to antenna) and ABS. As for the Mast Antenna, I'm not quite there yet with wiring. If you need to know about the ABS, I could look it up in the ETM.

Note 2: After help from Cudaboy, thank you by the way, this car had ALB (ABS) wiring but none of the major components, just some of the wiring was on the harness. None of the Relays were wired in the Fuse box under the hood.


Vin Number:


Now for the Interior Main Harness:


Going from right to left, in picture shown below, is how it wraps around the steering wheel and moves along to passenger's side floor board then heading to Trunk of the car.


Picture from the Manual:



I didn't like these drawings at all, as a mater of fact, they SUCK ASS!! So I will be doing my own wiring harness layout. I hope that this will help more out in the future.

Heads up, this will take a while to read every line and see every picture that I have posted, so grab a cold drink (or 6) and sit back and enjoy.

What the harness looks like from driver's side to passenger's side:
Note: (88 S "Carbed" Model shown) All models are pretty much the same layout, just a little different in components.




Let's start with the Ignition Switch, kind of like starting the car up.

Ignition Switch: Circled in green, is routed with the Combination Switch wiring. (bottom center of picture)


Closer view of the wires for the Ignition Switch:


Ignition Switch (circled in Green) wire connection on the Interior Fuse Box: (left side of the fuse box)
(8-P) Female connector (White)


Ignition Wiring Diagram:


Just a look at some of the wires from the Ignition Switch: (located in the Under Hood Relay Box)



A different look at it:


PGM-Fi Relay: Now after this you should know where and what the PGM-Fi does.

A good link to information about the PGM-Fi Relay.
Read the articles about the PGM-Fi Relay and it should explain everything, so no sense on me explaining what it does.
http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/mainrelayoperation/index.html

Brown box in picture attached to the left side of the Interior Fuse Box:


Closer view of the PGM-Fi Relay with factory part number: (8-P) Female connector (Black)

Wires:
Black/Yellow wire - Fuse #12 Dash Fuse Box
Black wire - ECU & G101
Yellow/Blue wire - Fuse #38 Under-Hood Relay Box
Yellow/Black wire - junction connector (Fuel Injectors, Power Input ECU)
Blue/Red wire - Fuse #3 Dash Fuse Box, Starting input on ECU
Green/Black wire - Fuel Pump control on ECU
Yellow/Black wire - Fuel Pump

PGM-Fi Relay mounted under the dashboard attached to the Fuse Box:


Closer view of the Interior Fuse Box: (Shown upside down in picture below)


This is the way it should look.


Multi-Different views of the Interior Fuse Box:






Now back to the column Components next to the Ignition Switch:

Going from left to right:
1) Key Light Case
2) Horn Switch (shown broken in picture)
3) Buzzer
4) Key Interlock Switch


This is where they connect into the Main Interior Harness: Circled in Red (also shown upside down)


A view at the (13-P) Female connector (White)



Buzzer:


Key Light Case with Light:



Horn Switch:



Key Interlock Switch:



Rear view of the Combination Switch:
Note: shown upside down in picture

Circled in Green: Head Lights & Turn Signals Wires

Circled in Blue: Wind Shield Wipers and Washer Wires


Wind Shield Wipers and Washer: (circled in Blue, above picture)
Closer view of the wire colors and where they attach to the combination switch


This is where they connect to the Interior Fuse Box: Circled in Yellow
(Far right side of the fuse box) (12-P) Female connector (White)


Headlights, Turn Signals, Horn & Cruise Control at Interior Fuse box: Circled in Green. Right side of Interior Fuse Box

Note: The Green connector has Cruise Control Wires running through it also.


Cruise Control Switch: Located on the steering wheel



Connector coming from steering wheel Cruise Control Switch: (3-P) Female connector (Yellow)


Showing wire colors of the connector:
Note: (1) Blue/Red wire is for horn


Slip Ring: Circled in blue is where the connector in above picture connects into the Slip Ring


View of the connector on the Slip Ring that connects to the Combination Switch:


Connects to the Slip Ring connector: Circled in Light Blue


Closer view of the connector: (3-P) connector (White)




Location of wires connected at Interior Fuse Box: (14-P) connector (Green)


Closer look at the wire colors:
(Light Green/Black) wire
(Light Green/Red) wire
(Red/White) wire


Now for what's on the left side of the steering wheel other than the PGM-Fi Relay and Interior Fuse Box:

Note: These wires are coming from the Interior Fuse Box and going to the left side of the car, behind driver's side kick panel.

Relay Bracket: Circled in Red
Cigarette Lighter Relay: Circled in Yellow
Driver's Side Door Harness Connectors: Circled in Blue
Radio Noise Condenser B: Circled in Purple
Left Engine Compartment Harness Connection point to Main Harness: Circled in Green


Relay Bracket:

I'll be working from left to right on Descriptions:
(1) Power Window Relay
(2) Rear Window Defogger Relay
(3) Turn Signal/Hazard Relay
(4) Sunroof Relay (close)
(5) Sunroof Relay (open)
(6) Rear Fog Light Relay

(This side faces the driver's side kick panel)




Bottom View of Relay Bracket: you can see the silver box attached to it, that's the Cruise Control Unit


Other side of Relay Bracket:

Cruise Control Unit: Circled in Yellow

Cigarette Lighter Relay: Circled in Blue


Closer view of the Cruise Control Unit showing factory sicker


this one came out of an 88' Si model: shown with Retractable Headlight Control Unit




Connector on Main Harness that goes to the Cruise Control Unit: (14-P) Female connector (Grey)

Note: Look how close it comes out from the Interior Fuse Box


Closer view of the connector wire colors:


Location Shown mounted in the car:

Cruise Control Connected: Circled in Grey

G401 & G402 Grounds: Circled in Purple
G401: Has only 4 ground wires going to it.
G402: Has only 2 ground wires going to it.


Cigarette Lighter Relay: (4-P) Female connector (White)


Cigarette Lighter Wiring Diagram:


Driver's Side Door Harness connectors: Note: S models with out power windows or mirrors have a (6-P) connector going to the driver's side door
(18-P) Male connector (Clear)

(4-P) Male connector (Clear)


Radio Noise Condenser B:
Note: 2 Condensers are installed on the car. (Condenser A is mounted close to the coil under the hood))


Condenser B Mounting Location in car:
Note: Right behind the hood release Latch.


Connecting location on Main Wire Harness for the Left Engine Compartment Harness Connectors:
Left: (20-P) Male Connection Middle: (4-P) Male connection Right: (13-P) Male connection


Back view of it:


Closer view of the pinouts:


What it looks like mounted in the car: Behind Driver's side kick panel


View of connector's coming from Left Engine Compartment Wire Harness: (shown on page 3 of this thread)
Behind the driver's side kick panel
Note: Amber looking tube is one of the Sunroof drain tubes


Now for the right side of the harness coming from the fuse box:

Cruise Control Connector: Circled in Green
Brake Switch: Tagged Brake Pedal


Closer view of the Brake Switch connector:


Location in car: (Automatic Shown)
Right up above the brake pedal


Looking at the connector end: (4-P) Female (Black) (Manual transmission is (2-P) connector)


Gauge Harness connection location for the Main Interior Wire Harness: Circled in Purple
G401 & G402 Grounds: Circled in Orange
Function Control Motor connector: Circled in Green


Gauge Harness Connection location to the Main Interior Harness:

#1: (24-P) Male (White)
#2: (10-P) Male (Blue)
#3: (8-P) Male (White)
#4: (13-P) Male (White)
#5: (22-P) Male (White)

Shown mounted in the car, Right side of the Steering Wheel Column:
Note: Gauge Harness is still connected


View of it from behind


Function Control Motor Location: Located on Heater


(8-P) Male connector (White)


Connector to Main Wire Harness: Bottom of picture (8-P) Female (White)


Closer look at the connector:


View from Manual: (picture below is for models without A/C)


Picture of what it looks like mounted in the car: (Working from left to right)
Heater, Evaporator and Blower
Note1: This car was equipped with A/C
Note2: When putting everything back in the car, the Evaporator goes in LAST!!!


Coming from right side of the Steering Wheel:


A/T (Automatic Transmission) Control Unit Connectors: Circled in Green
Thermo Switch (A/C Thermostat) : Circled in Blue
Wires to the Console Area: Circled in Yellow
Recirculation Control Motor: Circled in Purple
Wires going to the Rest of the Main Wire Harness: Circled in Red


A/T Control Unit Connectors:
(18-P) Female connector (Grey)
(12-P) Female connector (Grey)


Location of A/T Control Unit per manual:
Note: I don't have a picture of the A/T Control Unit because it was gone when I went to pull the ECU.


A/T Control Unit Description:


View of the connectors:


A/T Control Unit Wiring Diagram:



Thermo Switch Connector (Also known as the A/C Thermostat Switch or Evaporator Sensor) :


Location of Thermo Switch: Circled in Yellow
Attached to the Evaporator (Black box)



Closer look at the Thermo Switch:


Recirculation Control Motor Location: on left side of Blower


Connectors that go the Blower:
(4-P) Female connector (White) goes to the Recirculation Control Motor
(2-P) Female connector (White) goes to the Blower Motor


Red goes to Red and Blue goes to Blue connectors
Blower Motor: circled in Blue
Recirculation Control Motor: circled in Red


Wires that go to the center console area:
Note: (Items #3, #4 and #5 do not go to console area, they just happened to be in the picture.

(#1) ABS Test: (6-P) Female connector (Pink)
(#2) Shift Lock Solenoid: (3-P) Female Connector (White)
(#3) A/T Control unit: (12-P) Female connector (Grey)
(#4) A/T Control unit: (18-P) Female connector (Grey)
(#5) Thermo Switch: (2-P) Female connector (White)
(#6) Blower Controls: (6-P) Female connector (White)
(#7) Radio: (16-P) Female connector (White)
(#8 ) Ashtray Light/Cigarette Lighter: (4-P) Female connector (White)
(#9) A/C Controls: (16-P) Female connector (Green)
(#10) Anti-Lock Brake Control Unit: (21-P) Female connector (White)
(#11) Interlock Control Unit: (8-P) Female connector (Grey)
(#12) S4 Switch: (4-P) Female connector (White)
(#13) Neutral Position Switch (2-P) Female connector (White)
(#14) Anti-Lock Brake Control Unit: (5-P) Female connector (White)
(#15) Shift Position Console Light: (4-P) Female connector (White)
(#16) Automatic Shift Position Switch: (10-P) Female connector (White)
(#17) "A" Terminal Integrated Control Unit: (12-P) Female connector (Light Blue)
(#18 ) "B/D" Terminal Integrated Control Unit: (16-P) Female connector (Light Blue)
(#19) "C" Terminal Integrated Control Unit: (4-P) Female connector (White)

Area where connectors are located, under the console


Detail views of the connectors:
(#1) ABS Test Connector:




(#2) Shift Lock Solenoid: (3-P) connector (White) one on the right


connection location under console:


(#3) A/T Control unit: (12-P) Female connector (Grey) (shown earlier)
(#4) A/T Control unit: (18-P) Female connector (Grey) (shown earlier)
(#5) Thermo Switch: (2-P) Female connector (Clear) (shown earlier)

(#6) Blower Controls: (6-P) Female connector (Clear)



Location of Blower Controls:



Closer look at the connector:


(#7) Radio: (16-P) Female connector (White)
I will not cover that much of this part because there are plenty of write-ups on Radios.



Pin-outs from Manual:


Wiring diagram from manual:


(#8 ) Ashtray Light/Cigarette Lighter: (4-P) Female connector (White)




Here is what it attaches to: Cigarette Lighter Assembly



(#9) A/C Controls: (16-P) Female connector (Green)



View of the A/C & Heater controls:
Note: 88 S model dashboard shown


Where the Green connector for the A/C controls connects to: Circled in Red
Note: View from rear of the Controls, upside down



Wiring Diagram from manual:



(#10) Anti-Lock Brake Control Unit: (21-P) Female connector (White)
Note: The harness has the connectors and wiring already ran but none of the componets where in it.


(#11) Interlock Control Unit: (8-P) connector (Grey)
Note: Only equipped on cars with Automatic Transmissions





Location in car:
Note: Mounts directly above the ABS Control Unit (not shown)

Closer view:


(#12) S4 Switch: (4-P) Female connector (White)


Shifter console showing S4 switch:


(#13) Neutral Position Switch: (2-P) Female connector (Clear)


Where it connects at the shifter to the position sensor: Circled in purple


(#14) Anti-Lock Brake Control Unit: (5-P) Female connector (White)


(#15) Shift Position Console Light: (2-P) Female connector (White)


Where it connects at the shifter to the position sensor: Circled in purple


Where the light plugs in to the shifter console


(#16) Automatic Shift Position Switch: (10-P) Female connector (White)


Where it connects at the shifter to the position sensor: Circled in purple


(#17) "A" Terminal of the Integated Control Unit: (12-P) Female connector (Light Blue)


(#18 ) "B/D" Terminal of the Integrated Control Unit: (16-P) Female connector (Light Blue)


(#19) "C" Terminal of the Integrated Control Unit: (4-P) Female connector (Clear)


Integrated Control Unit:
It controls the entry light timer, Light on warning system, oil pressure warning system, Seat belt reminder, brake light circuit (if your brake lights burn out), wiper system, key-on warning (if you leave the key in the ignition), low fuel warning.


Location in car per manual: (right under the heater unit)






Wiring diagram:



What it looks like with the Console and Dashboard removed exposing all the wiring


Back to the Main Wiring Harness:

Connection location point for the Right Engine Compartment Wire Harness:

#1: (22-P) Male connector (White)
#2: (4-P) Male connector (White)
#3: (18-P) Male connector (White)
#4: (3-P) Male connector (White)
#5: (7-P) Male connector (White)
#6: (23-P) Male connector (Blue)
#7: (14-P) Male connector (Pink) is for ABS wires

What it looks like with the Right Engine Compartment Wire Harness connected to the Main Wiring Harness
Note: Shown in 91 Si model.


Harness leading back to the Driver's side


Back view of the connection point


Close up view of some of the wiring



What the connection point looks like mounted in the car:
Note: 88 S model shown (just for reference)


Connections with components coming after the Right Engine Compartment Wire Harness Connection Point:

Passenger's Door Connectors: Circled in Blue
Cooling Fan Control Unit: Circled in Red
Wires that lead to the Rear of the car (Roof Harness, Trunk Harness, Seats, Door Switches) : Circled in Brown
Connector for Blower Resistor: Circled in Orange
A/C Compressor Control Unit: Circled in Purple
Retractable Headlight Control Unit: Circled in Green
Right Engine Compartment Wire Harness Connecting Point: Circled in Grey

Another view of the components:


Passenger's Door Connectors:
(16-P) Male connector (White)
(4-P) Male connector (White)


Cooling Fan Control Unit: also know as Timer Unit: (8-P) Female connector (Black)


Closer view of the connector:


Location per manual:


Pin-outs for the Cooling Fan Control Timer Unit:


Location shown mounted in car:
88 S model shown, it's the brown box in the picture, I'm holding the connector for it.
Same location in 91 Si model.


What it looks like on the inside:


A closer look at the circuit board with factory part number:


Connector for Blower Resistor:


Location of Blower Resistor: Top of picture screwed into blower


A/C Compressor Control Unit:


Mounting Location Per manual:


Shown mounted in the car:
Note: 88 S model shown, but it's the same for all models


A/C Compressor Control Pin-outs:


Wiring for the A/C Compressor Control Unit:


Closer look at the wires:


Retractable Headlight Control Unit:




Location and Pin-outs per manual: shown on driver's side behind kick panel, I didn't find it there.


This is where I found it, mounted on the Passenger's side kick panel: Circled in Red


Now for the part of the Main Wiring Harness that goes to the rear of the car: (Door Switches, Emergency Brake, Roof Wire Harness and Rear Wire Harness)

Note: This is the part that runs along the passenger's side floor board.


Factory part number for the harness:


Here is what the rest of my harness looks like.




Note:
Light Blue, Blue/Yellow, Grey, Green/Yellow wires go to the ABS

Now is when I use most of my 88 S model harness for the rest of the pictures.

What it looks like mounted in the car: (88 S model shown)
Circled in Red: Wires that go to the Driver and Passenger's Seat Belt Switches, Emergency Brake switch.


Driver and Passenger's Seat Belt Switches, Emergency Brake wires:


Closer view of the wire colors:


Following pictures are where they go:

Passenger's Seat Switch: (2-P) Female connector (White)


Closer view of the connector and wire colors:


Driver's Seat Switch: (2-P) Female connector (White)


Closer View of the wires:


Emergency Brake Switch: circled in Red


Closer View of the connection point:


Wires leading to the Door Switches:

Passenger's Door Switch: circled in Purple
Driver's Door Switch: circled in Red


Wire for Driver's Door Switch: circled in Blue

Note: You can see how the wire runs along the car, going up and then though the plastic sheeting.


Wire for the Passenger's Door Switch:


Closer view of the connector and wire color: Right side has the same connection, different wire color



What the harness looks like running towards the rear of the car:


In this picture you can see how the Main Harness runs along the Passenger's side of the car and up and over the Right rear tire well. The big White connector in the picture connects to the Roof Wire Harness:


A closer view of the Roof Wire Harness Connector (8-P) connector (White) and circled in Yellow is the G471 ground.


Now for the Roof Wire Harness:

#1) Roof Harness Connector to Main Wire Harness
#2) Sunroof Motor Connector
#3) Dome Light Connector
#4) Seat Belt Beeper/Reminder Assembly Connector
Note: #5 & #6 are not attached to the Roof Harness
#5) G821 Ground
#6) Defogger Ground wire

Now time for the detail views:

#1) Roof Wire Harness: (8-P) Male connector (White)



Male connector for Roof Wire Harness:


Female connector for Roof Harness from Main Wire Harness:



Routing of the Roof Harness up the D pillar:


#2) Sunroof Motor: (2-P) Female connector (Yellow)


#3) Dome Light: (3-P) Female connector (White)




#4) Seat Belt Beeper/Reminder Assembly: (5-P) Female connector (Light Blue)




#5) G821 Ground: circled in Red
#6) Defogger Ground wire: circled in Blue


Done with the Roof Harness now. Next Connection for the Main Harness before it goes into the Trunk is the Defogger connection:


Now the Main Harness enters into the Trunk:

Main Harness runs to the Trunk Wire Harness connector (Spoiler if equipped) : Circled in Red
Left/Right Speakers, Trunk Light, Upper Brake Light: Circled in Blue
Fuel Pump, Fuel Sending Unit, (ABS connectors Left/Right side if equipped) : Circled in Yellow


Upper Brake Light: Circled in Red (2-P) Female connector (White)
Note: My 88 2.0 S does not have a spoiler so I can't show that part.

Trunk Light: Circled in Yellow (2-P) Female connector (White)


Upper Brake Light/Third Brake Light: Shown coming up through the rear deck.


Trunk Light:


Now for the Fuel Pump and Fuel Sending Unit Connector:

Fuel Pump Location: Circled in Blue (Driver's Side of Car)
Fuel Sending Unit: Circled in Green (Passenger's Side of Car)


Fuel Sending Unit: (3-P) Female connector (White)



Fuel Pump: (3-P) Female connector (White)



Now for the Location of the Trunk Wire Harness connection: Circled in Blue
(13-P) Female connector (White)
Open the trunk and it's to the right behind the panel.

It goes to the Following: Antenna Motor (Mast Antenna if Equipped), Tail Lights (Right/Left and Back-up Lights), Trunk Latch Switch and License Plate Lights.
Note: Some models have Radio Noise Filter (not shown) wiring going to it.


Closer view:


Antenna Motor Location: Circled in Brown
(4-P) Female connector (White)



Some cars are equipped with a Mast Antenna Retractor Relay:


First off, Do you have a Spoiler or had a Spoiler on you Lude?
If so, then this part is for you.
The (8-P) pin connector that you have goes as follows:
You should only have 5 wires going though it.


1) (1 wire) (Yellow/White) Comes from the Stereo and goes to the Mast Antenna Retractor Relay.

2&3) (2 wires) (White/Yellow) Comes from the Under-Hood Relay Box and it splits before it comes into the connector then one goes to the Mast Antenna Retractor Relay and the other one goes to the Power Antenna Relay.

4) (1 wire) (Green/Black) Comes from the Mast Antenna Retractor Relay and then splits after the 8P connector, one goes to the Trunk Light and the other one goes to the Trunk Switch.

5) (1 wire) (Black) Comes from the Power Antenna Motor and grounds out at G501. That is the ground that I told you about.

The (4-P) pin connector on your Antenna ass'y goes as follows:
You should have 3 wires going though it


1) (1 wire) (Yellow/White) Comes from the Stereo and goes to the Power Antenna Motor

2) (1 wire) (White/Yellow) Comes from the Under-Hood Relay Box and goes to the Power Antenna Motor

3) (1 wire) (Black) Comes from the Power Antenna Motor and grounds out at G501.


Right Tail Light: Circled in Purple
G501 Ground location: Circled in Red


Right Tail Light: (8-P) Female connector (White)



Right Rear Tail Light Assembly:

Right Brake Light Sensor: Circled in Red



Right Back-up Light connector: Circled in Blue
License Plate Lights connectors: Circled in Red
Trunk Latch: Circled in Yellow
Left Back-up Light connector: Circled in Green


Left Back-up Light: (2-P) Female connector (White)


Right Back-up Light Assembly: (2-P) Male Connector (White)


License Plate Lights connectors: (2-P) Female connectors (White)
Red/Black wire
Black wire - Ground G501


Trunk Latch Wire: hard to get a good picture of the connector
Green/Black wire


Left Back-up Light connector: (2-P) Female connector (White)



Left Back-up Light Assembly: (2-P) Male Connector (White)


Left Tail Light connector: Circled in Green


Closer look at the Left Tail Light connector: (8-P) Female (White)


Left Tail Light Assembly:


Left Brake Light Sensor Connector: (6-P) Female (White)


That's pretty much all of the Main Harness connectors and components. I hope that this has helped out someone because I didn't like the manuals at all. The only thing about the manuals is that they help with what the wires go to and wire colors.

Page 2 of this thread shows what the Right Side Engine Compartment Wire Harness looks like.
Page 3 (Top of Page) will be what the Left Engine Compartment Wire harness looks like.
Page 3 (Bottom of Page) will be what the Gauge Cluster Wire Harness looks like.

10-6-07
If you see something that I have missed labeled, please send me a PM and I'll take care of the correction.

Peace

Stephen M. Guess
 

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Wow I think that's one of the nicest things I've seen anyone do around here for someone. Take and host all those pics and label that shit for someone, that's awesome. Whole harness looks intact and in great shape too.
 

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wow thats a lot of pictures lol... and I forgor all about taking pictures for you today. sorry. I'll get them up tomorrow
 

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damn...I remember those days.
fuckin S>Si swap.
I think I'd rather drive 5000 miles to get an Si in good condition than take on that swap again....

the stuff going to the rear is the same for the most part...IIRC the fuel pump may need some different wires, but I forget. I didnt hook up that part, the guy who owned the car did...
 

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damn...I remember those days.
fuckin S>Si swap.
I think I'd rather drive 5000 miles to get an Si in good condition than take on that swap again....

the stuff going to the rear is the same for the most part...IIRC the fuel pump may need some different wires, but I forget. I didnt hook up that part, the guy who owned the car did...
The only reason I'm doing all of this is to help out me and anyone else that ever wants to try this. I bet after seeing just this part, not many people will try this. I think it's a lot of fun, but i'm not right in the mind :)

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The only reason I'm doing all of this is to help out me and anyone else that ever wants to try this. I bet after seeing just this part, not many people will try this. I think it's a lot of fun, but i'm not right in the mind :)

Steve
Holy crap, that's awesome. Can we get this stickied or something? Maybe turn it into an article... I dunno, something. This is a great resource.

GUESSMAN, you rock!
 

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Holy crap, that's awesome. Can we get this stickied or something? Maybe turn it into an article... I dunno, something. This is a great resource.

GUESSMAN, you rock!
Thank you very much. I'm still going to be adding more to this as I progress along. I still have to finish labeling to the interior harness, then I will be adding the left and right fender harness. So keep checking because you never know what I'll update next.
 

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More updates and pictures shifted around in a better reading order. I still have a few more connectors that I'm researching on. I hope you guys enjoy.

Steve
 

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+1 rep for all those damn pictures!

What's a good way to clean a digustingly oil and grease SOAKED engine harness? Don't wanna hook this nasty thing up to my h22 (harness is from a b21).
 
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