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How To: ELD Bypass for Honda Civic/Accord/Fit

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I am doing a motor swap and wiring in a 2008 Honda Fit drivetrain in my car and the ELD is missing and not wanted, I will also have 1400watts of JL JX amps and an undetermined but upgraded battery with plenty of 1/0. The idea of a dash mounted high low (off?)  voltage control switch with a voltage gauge sounds perfect. Is it safe to just get rid of the whole circuit and send a control voltage to the ECU (E15 on the schematic)? If someone can come up with a wiring solution I will PP someone for a bit of their time 

 

This is my first post, I found this forum on google and joined for this post, I've been snooping though, car stereo has come a long way since my HK TC600

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2002 Honda Insight (08 Fit drivetrain), JL JX1000/360

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I have ran this end bypass for 2+ years now with no problems. Guys I need some input on your experience have you ever put an ampmeter on the alternator cable to see if it actually is outputting high output? I have a 2004 honda civic and cannot get past 80 amps (fully tilt on 2 digital designs m2bs strapped at 1 ohm) on my 240 mechman. Maybe Honda also has a limiting amperage the alternator can put out as well?

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