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Old 10-23-2006, 05:51 PM   #1
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Hi,, does anyone has a picture or can explain what is that connector you have to jump before change the ignition timing? thanks...
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Hi,, does anyone has a picture or can explain what is that connector you have to jump before change the ignition timing? thanks...
You can't change ur igniton timing, unless you modify you ECU.
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I mean moving the dizzy (advance or retard)
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I mean moving the dizzy (advance or retard)
Well turn your car on, get a timing light and ur good to go.. I say leave it @ 16 degrees.
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Well turn your car on, get a timing light and ur good to go.. I say leave it @ 16 degrees.
thats what he is asking where is the connector to jump so the ECU does not adjust timing. You need to do this to set your base timing on the honde. Its located under the glovebox on the right. Its a blue connector
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thats what he is asking where is the connector to jump so the ECU does not adjust timing. You need to do this to set your base timing on the honde. Its located under the glovebox on the right. Its a blue connector
I use that to check my CEL's.
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I use that to check my CEL's.
Same jumper. Its the "Service Jumper"
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Same jumper. Its the "Service Jumper"

Never used it for that, I guess you learn something new everyday. Probably never will.
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Never used it for that, I guess you learn something new everyday. Probably never will.
according to the service manual thats how honda wants you to do it . if the timing is changed using the dizzy without connecting this jumper first the computer will just reset it....
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I am so confused. I need to do this this weekend and adjust my valves.
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So,, what are the steps? Put the jumper, adjust timing and then remove the jumper?

thanks a lot...!!!!!
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So,, what are the steps? Put the jumper, adjust timing and then remove the jumper?

thanks a lot...!!!!!
Warm up car, put in jumper, adjust timimg, pull jumper
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you jumper the ecu wire to check the base timing.....honda ask for this ......
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