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Old 06-08-2006, 01:13 AM   #1
 
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I am trying to figure out which head is on this b18b block i have... I bought it from a friend of a friend and he said it was a b18b... I think the distributor is shot and i got a working one from a 95 ls and it wont fit.. the code on the head is pr4.. on the timing cover its in jap so i guess its a jdm head.. are the b18a 92-93 distribtors different then the b18b's? Thank you
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the b18a distributor should work on it
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Use the distributor that goes with the OBD of your ecu and ignition system
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Yeah thats the problem.. i got a 95 ls distributor right here obd1 and it doesnt fit.. i dont want to waste more money on another one thats not going to fit.
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How do you identify the distributor? Like tdxxx? The only writing i found was on the inside of the cap that said PT2/3 M16680
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ACURA INTEGRA 1.8L NON-VTEC

1996 - 2000 OEM # TD-85U (OBD2)

1992-1995 OEM #: TD46U OR TD55U (OBD1)

1990-1991 OEM #: TC07A, TD23U, & TD24U (OBD0)

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this might be stupid but did you check to see if you had the key way turned to match the cam? these are keyed to go in one way only.
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Yeah thats the problem.. i got a 95 ls distributor right here obd1 and it doesnt fit.. i dont want to waste more money on another one thats not going to fit.
What do you mean by "doesn't fit"? What part of the distributor isn't fitting?
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