I am dropping a 2001 auto F18b (2001 Accord Torneo OBD2b) into a 1996 Accord LX auto (comes with F22b2 OBD2a motor) The swap I bough came with ECU and tranny and I would like to use the F18b motor / ECU / and tranny in the 1996 Accord. Now I know that all the plugs on the motors are different and that OBD2B has uses different plugs on the ECU. Also, since the F18b is a JDM motor, my wiring harness comes out on the wrong side of the motor. This is what I want to do. Drop in the F18b motor and tranny using the F22b2 mounts. Get a wiring harness off of a 1998-2002 accord 4 cylinder so that the ECU plugs are on the proper side of the firewall. Use the F18b ECU. Here is where I am confused. I know I have to convert from OBD2b motor to the OBD2a car. But do they even make the conversion harnesses to work with automatic swaps? And doesn't this harness just go between the ecu plugs and the ECU? What about the plugs in the engine bay, those won't match up with the OBD2B plugs on the engine harness. Can someone please explain to me how the OBD2a to OBD2b conversion harness works? I also noticed that 1998+ Acura CL is based on a 5th gen chassis, but uses the F23a motor and is OBD2B. If I pulled all the harnesses from this car it would be plug and play right?