EG / DC2 Conversion HarnessPart # KTH-EG-DC2Applications: 1992 - 1995 EG Civic / 1994 - 2001 DC2 IntegraImportant NOTE: Please read all instructions very carefully as K-Tuned are not responsible for any damage to the ecu,sensors or wiring. To start off, there are a few common wires that need to be wired up the same way on all K-swapvehicles.COMMON K-SWAP WIRINGEngine grounds - We recommend that a minimum of 2 grounds are used on a K-Series engine swap. Hook up one fromthe timing chain case to the chassis, and a second ground from the transmission case to the chassis.Fan switch - If you are using KPro, hooking up a fan switch is optional. The KPro software (Protection section) can beset up to control the cooling fan through the oem ECT sensor already wired into the factory K-series engine harness.NOTE: For installs without KPro the fan switch must be wired up to control the cooling fan. To do this, you will need toreuse the fan switch from your B/D series engine or purchase a new one from K-Tuned or your local Honda dealer. Youwill also need to cut off the 2 pin connector plug from your old B/D series harness. There are 2 wires on the plug for thissensor, signal (solid green) and ground (black).To wire up the fan, connect the signal (green) wire from the fan switch plug to the solid green wire found on the KTuned harness. To complete the circuit run a new ground (black) wire somewhere to the chassis. For a clean look youmay want to route this into the cabin and ground to the chassis there.

Coolant Temp sensor for the gauge cluster - You need to reuse the sensor and plug from your B/D series engine orpurchase a new one from your local Honda dealer. This is a yellow/green wire needs to be run into the bay and hooked upto the coolant temp sensor so the gauge on the cluster will operate. This is a simple single wire connection yellow/greenon the used plug to yellow/green on the K-Tuned harness. We recommend that this sensor be placed in the upper coolanthousing for an accurate reading. We sell an adapter that makes this install very easy.Charging Light - To operate the charging light, the white/blue wire on the K-Tuned conversion harness needs to betapped into position B10 on your K-series engine harness. Do not cut the wire simply tap into it. The wire on the K-seriesengine harness will also be white/blue.

CAR SPECIFIC CONNECTIONSThe next 3 connections are car specific and they need to be connected properly to the oem ecu plugs based on the year andmake of your vehicle. Please select the correct factory ecu pin location diagram that is specific to your vehicle and makethe appropriate connections.Fuel pump relay - This yellow/green wire, located on the ecu side of K-Tuned harness needs to be connected to fuelpump relay wiring on your chassis. See the diagrams below to make the correct year specific connections. NOTE: If youare using a JDM ecu simply ground these wires to operate the fuel pump.MIL (Check engine light) - This green/orange wire needs to connected to the original check engine light wire and willalert you if there are any engine codes. Again choose the year specific diagram and make the correct connection.ELD (Electronic load detector) - This green/red wire on the K-Tuned conversion harness will not be needed on allchassis. If the vehicle you are working on is equipped with an ELD sensor, hook up this wire according to the yearspecific diagram.NOTE: If your car does not have this wire, do not worry. You do not need to make this connection.ECU plug wire locations & colors:1992-1995 Civic EG and 1994-1995 Integra DC2Fuel pump relay - A7 and A8 (green/yellow)NOTE: If you are using a JDM ecu simply ground these wires to operate the fuel pump.MIL - A13 (green/orange)ELD - D10 (green/red)STOCK ECU - Connector A1357911 13 15 17 19 21 23 25246810 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26STOCK ECU - Connector D135791113151719212468101214161820221996-1999 Integra DC2Fuel pump relay - A16 (green/blue)NOTE: If you are using a JDM ecu simply ground these wires to operate the fuel pump.MIL - A18 (green/orange)ELD - D16 (green/red)STOCK ECU - Connector A12345678121314151617 18 19 20 x25262728 29 30 xSTOCK ECU - Connector D1672348910 11 1213 14 15165910 1122 23 24x

2000-2001 Integra DC2Fuel pump relay - A15 (green/yellow)NOTE: If you are using a JDM ecu simply ground these wires to operate the fuel pump.MIL - A18 (green/orange)ELD - A30 (green/red)STOCK ECU - Connector Axx3xx 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24x426 2756728 29 30891031STEP BY STEP (EK shown, EG is similar)1) Locate the plug found at the driver side shock tower. This is where the conversion harness will plug in.2) Push the shock tower plug back through the firewall. Use zipties to hold the conversion harness below the dash makingsure to keep it away from the pedals.3) When the harness is secure, connect the original shock tower plug to your K-Tuned conversion harness.4) Here is the K-series RSX-S engine harness passed through the AC grommet into the passenger side cabin. Right besidethe harness, we are using a Hondata KPro ecu.5) A and B plugs can now be plugged into the ecu.6) The remainder of K-Tuned conversion harness is now located on the passenger side cabin. The large grey connectorcan be plugged in.7) Remove the ecu B plug and locate pin B10 on the engine harness. This is a white/blue wire.8) Now simply tap the white/blue wire on the K-T harnes into the white/blue wire on B10. Do not cut this wire just tapinto it.9) Here we connect the green plug found only on EK’s. Skip this step for EG/DC2 installs.10) Now find a suitable grommet to pass the O2 sensor wiring through. The AC grommet or the smaller one below itshould work fine. If you are running both O2’s you can pass them both through the same hole11) Next, the primary O2 is passed up above the subframe and plugged in.12) Here is the B/D coolant temp sensor installed on the engine. We have used our K-Tuned temp sensor adapter.13) The yellow/green wire from the K-Tuned harness is connected to the temp sensor.14) When all the car specific connections have been made and everything is working properly, the K-Tuned harness andecu can be tucked behind the dash or carpeting out of view.