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Old 04-10-2009, 09:48 PM   #1
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Default 1996 f22b2 to f22b1 swap problems

i just did a head swap from a non vtec f22b2 to the f22b1 vtec the problem is bogging down around 5k rpms throwing a code on the new computer for bank 1 sensor one heater but when i have the non vtec ecu in there is no code for that and also the vtec does not kick it and help is appreciated

the ecu is from a 1996 accord ex
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bump can anyone help me please its a main car for my family
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Default Re: 1996 f22b2 to f22b1 swap problems

i think you have to re-pin the wire harness to match your ecu ... your harness is not wired up for vtec
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i already wired the harness and pinned the ecu for the vtec but it wont engauge i know its getting power at around 3500 i used a test light but it still bogs around 5k
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bump any other ideas
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Default Re: 1996 f22b2 to f22b1 swap problems

You will need to get a ECU pin out for each ECU and compare them to make sure they are the same. If they are the same you might have got a bad new ECU.
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the pin outs are the same except for the 2 vtec wires and i tried a friends ex ecu with the same results
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Default Re: 1996 f22b2 to f22b1 swap problems

i did the f22b1 swap in my CB. using stock ecu for now, car also boggs (redlines) at 5k, vtec for these motors engages at 2800rpm.

check your vtec solenoid and the mesh behind it, maybe its clogged. just an idea.
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Default Re: 1996 f22b2 to f22b1 swap problems

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the pin outs are the same except for the 2 vtec wires and i tried a friends ex ecu with the same results

I'm talking about all the other wires, not just VTEC. 90-93 chassis with 90-93 harness and a F22B1 engine swap, and POA ECU 94/95 EX MT, for that swap you have to swap A6 & A11 ( EGR , O2 heater ciruit ) for it to work.

I dont know about yours specifically since you have an OBD2 car. It sounds like some wires are not correct, especially if it pops the same code on a known good ECU. Did his car run fine after it was used in your car?
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