I'm currently working on a 92 Subaru SVX wiring harness. I'm tearing it apart so I can use the engine side of the wiring harness to run the H6 EG33 engine I pulled out of the car. We are transplanting it into a 96 Subaru Impreza, which came with the H4 EJ22 engine. In tearing the wiring harness apart, I have depinned the ECU connectors (physically took the wires out of the connectors which go into the ECU). This is in an attempt to remove the parts of the wiring harness which I need without destroying the harness in the process. This is quite a chore, to say the least.
While tearing the wiring harness apart, I've run into something which seems quite odd to me. While pulling the wires apart, I've come across two wires which were numbered (I labeled everything) A2 & A13. They are aligned as such:
- A2 - Idle Control Solenoid - OPEN
- A13 - Injector #1
The strange thing is, these two wires are connected and are the same color pattern (white with red stripe).
Question: Does anyone know why Subaru did this or why they are connected together?
These two "things" seem completely separate to me. I don't know why they'd be connected together.
Bonus question: Is the EG33 from this year batch fired or sequential fired at the injectors?