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95 f22b2 >94 f22b1 dist, egr wiring

Discussion in 'Accord' started by Stock95, Nov 25, 2007.

  1. Stock95

    Stock95 New Member

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    Sorry for the repaet questions and semi double post..kinda goes in hand with the ECU question..I have searched this up and down..most swap info is geared towards f22b1 into earlier model accords..

    so far it looks like if i had too, i could swap the egr's so it will mate with the f22b2 harness..
    the internal coil dist , i have still yet to find info......should i just put the ext coil on ? I thought i found a couple posts that mention the internal coil had to stay with the v tec swap....

    i may even consider grabbing the harness from the donor car(94EX auto) that supllied this ecu, ..just not sure how hard it is or possible at all with the dash and hvac system in place(firewall harness)

    Thanks
     
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    powerdriverh22 Senior Member

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    yes the egr's will just switch out. if you are using the f22b2 harness you can look up some info online on how to change the external coil over to an interal coil and get an internal coil dist cap.
     
  3. Stock95

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    Hey powerdriverh22,
    Thanks so much for the reply..Good to know about the EGR..

    Still unsure about the dist, found a couple of write ups..One involved actuall swapping the internal parts on the dist , and the other was just wiring..these examples were quite difernt than my swap, i am thinking(hoping) that mine is not to far away , being that both are similar year control set ups
    But as far as powering the coil , the conectors look the same.
    The conectors on both the f22b2 harness and f22b1 are the same, exception being that the internal coiled dist(f22b1) is minus 1 wire out of the 8 in the conector...where as the f22b2 set up (external), uses all 8 spaces on the conector..physically the conectors wil swap, i could plug the f22b1 dist right into the f22b2 harness, i am just concerned about ruining something..

    Thanks again
    Chris
     
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    well, i finally figured it out, with the help of the boards of course..upon reading a couple diff swap posts regarding dist conversions..I am able to leave the f22b1 internal coil dist on the motor as is. all i have to do is jump two wires on the coil conector of the harness..and it feeds the voltage to the dist and internal coil

    thanks
    Chris
     
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