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Auto Obd1 f22b2 into obd2 f22b2 auto

Discussion in 'Accord' started by Raptor1000rr, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. Raptor1000rr

    Raptor1000rr New Member

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    95 obd1 f22b2 into 96 f22b2 obd2 what is easiest and least expensive thing to do I had the engine so I figured just put it in but I can't figure out what is best swapping ecu to obd1 or oil pump and sensor with a what do I need to do what's best thing without buying another engines
     
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    f22b1 coupe Junior Member

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    Easiest thing to do is swap the ECU and harness- tearing down the timing end of the engine is a lot more involved, I do it all the time and I can tell you if it were be, and I weren't in a time crunch, I'd buy the OBD adapter, ECU, and engine harness. Period.
     
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    Thanks appreciate u helping me make the decision that's what I'm gonna do
     
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    Question does the obd1 controll the auto trans after I swap the ecu with connector harness
     
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    And does anyone know the exact model # on the Ecu that I need where to get the jumper from
     
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    f22b1 coupe Junior Member

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    Hell, I think you can get the adapters on ebay these days, and I don't think model numbers matter- I could be wrong but I don't picture there being more than one ECU code for OBDI. The harness shouldn't be too bad, and the ECU is all you'll need- the TCU is the same for OBDI and OBDII.
     
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