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B16a2 wiring

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by TEMPUS24, Jul 12, 2008.

  1. TEMPUS24

    TEMPUS24 New Member

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    Hi i have swap a B16A2 in the place of a D16Y7 in a civic coupe 96-98 and i can't start it with the B16A2 ecu(P2T) but when i put the ecu from the D16A2 it starts but i don't have the vtec function so i whant to ask something
    Is the wiring of D16Y7 under the dachboard the same as the wiring of the B16A2??becouse the wiring under the dachboard is the only thing that i have't changed
    Please help me
     
  2. shahzzy

    shahzzy noob

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    no idea, 17 views and no one?
    come on ahhvtec, you prbably know this one =]
     
  3. mattcain3

    mattcain3 Honda Power YEAH!

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    Hey man from what ive read the P2T ecu will only work on 99-00 civics unles you perform a wiring conversion. However if you dont want to deal with it the P30 should work just fine!
     
  4. Lee7pcNOOb

    Lee7pcNOOb New Member

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    Dude D16y7 is non vtec engine, you should scrap your d16y7 harness go out and get a 1996-2000 civic ex wiring harness d16y8 and then a conversion from obd2a to obd2b connector from ryewire. depending on your engine you might have to perform a crankshaft bypass trick and wiring up your vtec and your done.

    PM me because ive done this swap in a 97 civic ex and helped with a 96 dx which has the y7 i believe
     
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