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I have a 92 prelude si that i have recently swapped a h22 in. do i need to get a h22 wiring harness or use the stock one. when cranking the car it seems like the injectors are in use and causing the car to rev hi. just wont idle.

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If i were you i would use the wiring harness from the engine that you have transplanted into your car,failling that there could be either a mechanical or electrical problem with the engine that you have transplanted, have come across problems like yourself in the past very frustrating and time consuming but you will get there in the end transplanting two different engines is never easy.

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