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Wiring problem please help!!

Does the subharness connect directly to the main harness? I need a new set of injector plugs (gray plugs similar to the ones on a power commander) and was hoping they are on their own harness.

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I hate to say this but they're on the main harness.

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was thinking about wiring in new molex terminals. thats actually my real problem. but i cant seem to pinpoint the exact ones for honda. i have found similar ones on the molex website such as this (http://www.molex.com/molex/products/...cts&Lang=en-US). any ideas?

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My only idea would be to buy a new harness off of ebay.

If you're using a PC and can plug that into the injectors... then you can solder the wire harness wires to the PC but if you have to take it out then you'd have to get them all back apart again.

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i actually just purchased a subharness with the same 2Pin connectors on them. im going to just wire those connectors up. any suggestions on what connector to use for in between the 2 wires? i was thinking a Crimp style Butt Connector. where you can crimp each end on its own. or just twist the wires together then solder?

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I'd solder all the connections and then use heat shrink tubing to insulate them.

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