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Old 06-18-2015, 06:40 PM
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no need for the CKF trick as you're using an OBD1 ecu. that trick is only required if you were running a USDM OBD2 ecu to power the Y8. I think you might've pinned the wires wrong when switching over to the OBD2 big dizzy plug. I know there's 2 white wires you can easily confuse/pin wrong. Might wanna re-look your dizzy wiring job.
There's only one white wire on mine. It shows on the schematic that one's either black or white. I have a black one and a white one.

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no need for the CKF trick as you're using an OBD1 ecu. that trick is only required if you were running a USDM OBD2 ecu to power the Y8. I think you might've pinned the wires wrong when switching over to the OBD2 big dizzy plug. I know there's 2 white wires you can easily confuse/pin wrong. Might wanna re-look your dizzy wiring job.
Ok, I figured it out. It was right in front of me the whole time. I spliced in the wrong blue wire. I used the blue from pin 9 instead of pin 2. It's all good now, thanks!
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Hi I got a 96 civic lx non-vtec swapped it to jdm b18 b followed every thing on list but I get hi idle and when I drive it I get get popping like in limp mode at 3k rpm. It has obd2a dizzy did a code check and getting 4. My question is I got the dizzy with no cap and coil so u used my cap from my d series's that is the msd with coil plug on it with an msd ss blaster. Do I need to get a b series cap ? Or is it something else
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Hi I got a 96 civic lx non-vtec swapped it to jdm b18 b followed every thing on list but I get hi idle and when I drive it I get get popping like in limp mode at 3k rpm. It has obd2a dizzy did a code check and getting 4. My question is I got the dizzy with no cap and coil so u used my cap from my d series's that is the msd with coil plug on it with an msd ss blaster. Do I need to get a b series cap ? Or is it something else
Hey, I had an issue with the code 4 as well when I swapped my jdm b16 into my 98 hatch. I rewired my dizzy plug on my harness so that it would work with the obd1 dizzy on the engine. Now I was running the corresponding jdm obd1 ecu with a rywire step down harness. So I figured that the the wiring within the step down was not communicating with the directions I followed to 're wire the dizzy plug. So what I did was rewired the obd2a dizzy plug back onto the harness and bought a rywire dizzy step down and that got rid of my code 4 and the car ran great after that.
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Anyone please help me. I have a 93 eg hatch with a b18b JDM engine. It's an obd2 engine. I used my same wiring harness that was already on the 93 hatch. Everything sounds fine and it runs. But it has a boggin down issue when I'm goin down the road. Idk what the problem is.
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So my 95 Integra EHW with directly wire in to a 96 shell? b18 engine. (sorry just bought first teg yesterday.)
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I have 96 Integra b18b1 bottom b16a2 head should can I use 95 ex d16z6 harness so I can run a obd1 ecu
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on bullet point 5, using a OBD2 sensor with a OBD1 motor. I've got a 97 del sol with a d16a motor swap. the ecu is a p06. my CEL is on and my OBD scanner can't sync to the car. I've checked all the fuses but still won't sync. anyway, could the reason my CEL is on because of the CKF sensor. also is my scanner not not syncing because I'm using a OBD2 plug with an older OBD1 ECU
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Hey!

Me and my friend are making a fun build, what means we are swapping the engine.

The car we use is a 00 Civic 6th gen, with d14a3 (non-vtec) originally. The engine is from a 92 civic 5th gen d16z6 (vtec). We have both cars still. Engine + Harnesses.

If we are putting the D16Z6 into the 00 Civic, can we do it with the P28 ECU, as i read already, with an ODB2b to ODB1 jumper. Now if we use the D16Z6 Engine harness, can we plug it into the jumper, or how does that fit?

The other thing is the IACV mod, the pictures posted from the ODB2b IACV mod are not working, only the ODB2a pictures, and i guess they are not the same, so im not sure how should we do this mod.

Is there any pictures how can we wire the VTPS?

Thanks!
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I just wanted to make sure I understand correctly if I'm using a obd1 B18c1 with original obd1 ewh, and obd1 p72 these will all be pnp in a 2000 Integra gsr?
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