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My crx is blowing ecu fuse on key on and it blows my clock radio fuse to, my fule pump wont prim either. i got a multimeter and have been testing continuity and have found some burnt wires on the connector that leads the wiring to the back of the car. now this all started after i bought a new alternator i have an b18a1 obd0 ecu and i bought the d-series alternator for the year of the car, and when i was driving every time i would reach about 4000rpms my battery light would come on, i drove it for about 15 miles and then bam sparks shot out my clock when i was in first gear at about 4500rpms. blew 5 fuses under the dash and the ecu fuse. replaced all the fuses and now it only blows the ecu fuse and clock radio fuse like i mentioned before. but the burnt wires i found on the one side of the connector there is 2 melted wired from the base of the connector and back as far is i can feel. and on the other side of the connector there was a wire that comes out of the connector and right back in to a slot right next to the spot it comes out of and it was completely melted and the whole wire from end to end and melted to other wires. i taped up that wire and when i test all the wires on that connector for continuity all the burnt wires show good continuity but the yellow white wire that runs from fuel pump to connector and from the connector to injector i think but any way the test is reading 140.1 instead of .4 like it should. I can use all the help i can get im still learning but im learning fast. i have taken my dash. i need to run my own wire and bypass all connectors on all the burnt wires and hope that fixes it. really dont wanna have to get a new harness cause im not completely sure which harness i would get. i have b16a2 block with b18a1 head and half of the **** on it is written in Japanese

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yes check the underhood fuse reley box please rate -jeff

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either have a shop scan it for trouble codes or buy a scanner your self at local parts store have OBDII scanner and find out for your self it could be a number of things.

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 Hyundai Accent high rpms on highway

you need to make sure your trans is shifting to high gear. if not thats why your rpm's are to high.

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SOURCE: wiring melted under dash and went to salvage yard

just cut the burnt one and replace

Posted on Feb 27, 2010

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You would think yes but I doubt this. I have found that manufacturers change the wiring harnesses almost every year. The connectors would fit but there is no way to be sure if they are connecting the correct sensor and wires to the ECU input and output. You could ask a Honda Dealer or shop and they could compare the part numbers. Somewhere on those wiring harnesses there will be a part number and if the part numbers match then yes you could. The major issue is in the actual ECU connection. Again, those connectors could work but because you don't have anyway to verify the wiring by markings this is not a good idea. Other than using that harness to provide wires of the proper size to replace sections of the harness being replaced I would not try a straight up trade unless the dealer confirmed they are interchangeable.

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