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Old 06-18-2007, 06:58 PM   #1
 
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Hey, my sister owns a 92 accord auto, EX model

her TCU is bad and i the only TCU i could find at my local junkyard was a LX model
would it be ok for me to use this or should i just end up getting a new/rebuilt on for 2xx bucks

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No, it will not work. Only EX 2dr and 4dr
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No, it will not work. Only EX 2dr and 4dr
How so? The shift points are not much different, if at all.
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I have a TCU can't remember what model it came from but I can find it and post the part# to see if it matches the one you have.
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I have a Honda parts catalog... I can do a parts fits search.... The part number that fits the ex only fits the 92 ex 2 & 4 dr. I don't know why it just does. There is something different.....
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if the connections are the same and it fits, it might work. my auto h22 swap worked off my f22a6 tcu.
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thanks for the responses guys, i will probably head up the junk yard and see if it works with it, will let you guys know

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You could also try repairing the one you have first. Many times it is just a few burnt/blown resistors and capacitors. Just need to know how to do a little de-soldering and soldering.

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