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97 LS with 94-95 Block NO CKF sensor

Discussion in 'Integra' started by suddog, Feb 7, 2008.

  1. suddog

    suddog New Member

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    I traded my motorcycle for the 97 LS. He must have known darn well what the car needed. I recently found out that the block is not the same year. I am guessing it is from a 94-95 because it has no provisions to hook up the CKF sensor. Now I cant pass CA Smog test because the OBD2 computer is looking for the CKF sensor(p1337). The engine idles constantly at or around 1800-2000 RPM. The ECU is a P75 and I have no clue what year that is from either. The questions I have are as follows:
    1. Can I just swap out the oil pump to gain the required connections for the Crank Sensor?
    2. Is there a way to fool the ECU into thinking it has the CKF sensor?
    I am new to the Honda World but I am facinated by how the parts pretty much all interchange with each other.
    Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. lsvtec+allmotoreg

    lsvtec+allmotoreg New Member

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    in my opinion the best thing to do is get a obd2-obd1 conversion wire harness wich is around $100... get a obd1 p75 ecu wich dont need crank sensors and go for around $100+/- and is better for tuning in case u gonna start doing ugrades to the engine... u could change the oil pump to fit a CKF but ull probably spend more $$$
     
  3. BrutalB83

    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    He can't do that, he's in California. A backwards OBD conversion will never, ever pass an inspection.
     
  4. lsvtec+allmotoreg

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    im glad i live in Florida there r no ispections down here... good luck suddog i guess ur gonna have change the oil pump and get a CKF!!!
     
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    I found a link on RYWIRE that ties the crank sensor in with the cylinder position sensor. it fooled the computer into thinking it had the crank speed fluctuation sensor installed. No need to change the oil pump and add an expensive sensor. THANK YOU RYWIRE!
     
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