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HONDA CIVIC INSTALLING TUBO. NEED TO KNOW HOW WIRES RUN FROM BOX TO INJEKTERS?

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  • HONDA MAN May 17, 2008

    THIS IS A 1995 HONDA CIVIC WITH A 1999 ENGINE

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Just scrap it mate!

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