yo sup people, I have a 96 accord wagon with a 2001 h23a euro type r swap,u know the bluetop h23a vtec engine. well i got a probe my boy ho did the swap instaled a jdm p73 ecu in it, it has no check engine lights or anything its just that it runs crapy. well when he instaled it he changed some pins in the harness ,now i have a p28 ready to put a prelude basemap but dont no if the step down will work because of the pins he changed. i need a 96 accord obd2a pinout diagram asap.please some one help
Important, i guess it is if you have to pass emissions testing....will it fit, it should. I know i swapped my EGR from my F22 to my H23A just because the connector faced a different direction and i didn't feel like lengthening the harness. Fit just fine so i imagine the H22 should work.
well sorry for replying so late guys,well when i bought the engine they said it came from a euro type r accord the block says h23a and is vtec,but if thats the case i know i have a jdm engine for sure. and is it better to put basemaps on a p28 or im better of getting a p13?
I would run a P28 as you could always retune as you do upgrades..... what kind of chip are you planning on running in the P28 if you don't mind me asking?
I guess the guy who sold it to you wasn't completely wrong, the Euro R Sedan & CH9 Wagon Accords do look alike, so he may have been saying that to give you the idea of what vehicle it came out of.
I'd suggest a chrome if you're a little on the tight side of money things, but a Hondata if you can stretch your budget that far. I'm contemplating reverting my Euro R back to OBD1 and tuning via Chrome as well, let us know how you get on with your tuning.
I wouldn't gain anything from changing my intake manifold - my car is actually a JDM Euro R Accord (CL1 is the model code)
An H22A base map cleaned up would be "OK"..... but a tuned map would be better. (as I said all down to budget)
Also you may need to source a USDM H22A4 Power steering bracket as the CH9 Accords have EPS (Electronic Power Steering) and dont run a power steering pump.
There's two way you can go about it, one is to attach the bracket I mentioned and muscle your standard Power Steer pump onto the engine, or run the bracket and power steer pump off an USDM H22A4 and modify the pipes to fit.
ok update on the ecu thing. today i took it to the shop,they put the prelude basemaps on the p28, the car runs a lot better but no vtec,im going tomorrow back to the shop,but the car even thoe it runs a little better it runs kind of funny,if i let go the gas it shuts of.im thinking on changing the hole manifold. can any body let me know about this thanks.
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