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Old 10-14-2006, 04:10 PM   #1
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Old 10-14-2006, 05:23 PM   #2
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thank you for the input. peace.
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Old 10-14-2006, 05:42 PM   #3
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thank you for the input. peace.
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I have one sitting right in front of me, it has one other hole in it. I dont have access to my camera right now. I just pm'd you my cell, shoot me a text and I'll send you pics that way..... Everything else looks the same though
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Some of the mounting points are differnt on some of them but I am pretty sure any TEC dizzy module will work
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what's the autozone part # ?
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Personally, I'm not too wild about aftermarket ignition components on Hondas, lifetime warranty or not. I'd go OEM. I once bought an Autozone ignition coil for a Civic hatch, it went out less than 2 weeks later, replaced again with OEM and no further trouble. Just my .02.
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Go w/ an oem icm
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Just for fun, if it is wrong, take it back nationwide under warrantee. Make sure it does not say OKI on it. Call a Honda dealer and ask about the ICM update several years ago, was the old style brown or black, dont buy the old color. A bad ICM can also take out a good coil too.
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AutoZone website has the price listed at $89.99
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Jim, I don't have a cell phone...what do you think this is 2006 or something?

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OEM icm is expensive. I'm rocking an aftermarket one with no problems.
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Old 10-16-2006, 01:00 PM   #11
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And the Hitachi ICM that Autozone sells for our cars is exactly the same as OEM.
You CAN buy OEM and OEM quality parts at Autozone, (and others...but I'm biased...).
Also, If I'm not mistaken, he lives in Hawaii and therefore returning it later might be a bit difficult.
I can't convince store ops yet to put a store in Hawaii....I think they think the IT guys just want a free vacation to "help setup the computer".
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OEM icm is expensive. I'm rocking an aftermarket one with no problems.
Did you go with an autozone ICM?
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Did you go with an autozone ICM?
No, I actually went with a Distributor King ICM. Don't know who manufactured it....
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all 92-01 honda and acura icm are all the same. only the rear mounting brackets will be different...connector points are the same aswell. using my friend '99 teg ls icm in my '92 civic hatch. see if a '92 civic icm is cheaper?
also on the generic ones the mounting points will be on the bottom like yours. so you will only have 1 screw holding it on.

oh and that red rubber thingy on the oem ones. is nothing, i ripped my old one out and still not sure why its there


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all 92-01 honda and acura icm are all the same. only the rear mounting brackets will be different...connector points are the same aswell. using my friend '99 teg ls icm in my '92 civic hatch. see if a '92 civic icm is cheaper?
also on the generic ones the mounting points will be on the bottom like yours. so you will only have 1 screw holding it on.

oh and that red rubber thingy on the oem ones. is nothing, i ripped my old one out and still not sure why its there

My friends JDM 96 GSR ICM would not fit in my dizzy.
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My friends JDM 96 GSR ICM would not fit in my dizzy.
did you remove the rear mounting bracket? all the icm look like the photo above and only the rear backing mounts are different thickness. but maybe the jdm dizzy's are different???
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Yes, I did remove the mounting bracket

I'll try to find his old ICM.
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