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Old 11-26-2007, 08:39 AM   #1
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i have to replace the ecm in my 92 civic dx... but i have a b18b1 swap with a manual trans... my ecm part number is 37820-pr4-L11.. it says 92 integra 5speed on the ecm.. but i know the motor in my car is from a 94+ integra, and the map sensor is from a 91 integra...so im pretty sure most of the parts are interchangable from a 91 teg to 97 at least because ive never had a problem with my car in over 2 years, but i would like to know if anyone has a list of definite acceptable ecm's that i could use in a civic/b18b1 manual trans or if theres only a certain one i should be using?
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any obd-1 manual ls ecu will work
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i have to replace the ecm in my 92 civic dx... but i have a b18b1 swap with a manual trans... my ecm part number is 37820-pr4-L11.. it says 92 integra 5speed on the ecm.. but i know the motor in my car is from a 94+ integra, and the map sensor is from a 91 integra...so im pretty sure most of the parts are interchangable from a 91 teg to 97 at least because ive never had a problem with my car in over 2 years, but i would like to know if anyone has a list of definite acceptable ecm's that i could use in a civic/b18b1 manual trans or if theres only a certain one i should be using?

i have a 93 pr4 ls ecu.......that i dont need
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get a 94-95 ecu. the 92-93 has a extra oil pressure switch on the back of the block so it looks for it.
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get a 94-95 ecu. the 92-93 has a extra oil pressure switch on the back of the block so it looks for it.

really????? didnt know that cuz im runnin a p28 with hondata....thanx fer the heads up....
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