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92 si motor into a 94 dx

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by skylineboy, Nov 23, 2003.

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  1. skylineboy

    skylineboy Junior Member

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    Need help guys. We swaped a 92 si motor into a 94 dx hatchback and it wouldn't start. All plugs seems to be in the right position. Any wiring needs to be move? or anything needs to be check or replace? Thanks.
     
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    i did a swap like this 6 months ago it shoild start right up, everthing is the the same exept for the 2 vtec wires (which would not stop the car from starting)

    does it sound like it wants to start? or is it just turning over dead??
     
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    MaliWho97 Senior Member

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    Make sure your ECU is plugged in all the way, you have all of your grounds hooked up, and your main relay is clicking on.
     
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    skylineboy Junior Member

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    When you turn the key to on, it seems to sound right, but when you start it up it clicks.
     
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    sunds like a loose ground, the satrter is clicking beacuse the battery is weak or you have a bad ground on the engine.
     
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    Jeef NO MA'AM Moderator VIP

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    This topic has been closed :locked2:

    Why? It is in the wrong place. Please post your topic in the right forums. Hybrid is not for suspension or interior posts. EG is not for EF questions, and so forth.

    If you have any questions, please PM the moderator who closed this topic.

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