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Difference between THAR-ONE-HON6 and THAR-ONE-HON7?

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Hello,

 

What are the differences between THAR-ONE-HON6 and the new THAR-ONE-HON7 T-Harness?

 

I looked at the wiring diagrams of the two and the only difference I see is that on THAR-ONE-HON7, wirings for D4 and D6 have been added.

 

So essentially THAR-ONE-HON7 is the same everywhere else?

I noticed that on the diagram, the T-Harness is labeled THAR-ONE-HON6 v2 instead of THAR-ONE-HON7.
 

My car is a 2017 Honda Civic Si MT PTS.
 

Thank you.
asked Mar 4, 2019 in Honda by cardenas (170 points)

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The new THAR-ONE-HON7 now include wiring for takeover.

When using THAR-ONE-HON6 you must shut down engine when door is open.

The new t-harness was initially named THAR-ONE-HON6 v2 but was rename HON7 to avoid confusion.
answered Mar 5, 2019 by Mathieu Bertrand Collin (57,460 points)
Thanks for the reply.

 

What were the wiring changes on HON7? Is it just wires D4 (White/Green) and D6 (White/Red) on th 6 pin connector on the EVO-ONE to the Blue pin on the 12-pin grey connector?
no, there's a bunch of interupts added everywhere. Take a look at the no t-harness guide. http://fortin.ca/download/80011/evo-one_ig_reg_bi_hon_civic_2016_pts_c_80011.pdf

 

This is the original hon6 style: http://fortin.ca/en/download/70781/70781.pdf
Thanks for this, Robb.

 

Now I gotta find a retailer that sells the THAR-ONE-HON7 T-Harness in Toronto. I haven't had any luck finding it yet.

Guys,

do you know if the HON7 was ever sold as HON6 v2 when it first came out? I'm wondering if the new t-harness is in circulation as HON6 v2.

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