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b20z no start

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by EF9_boy, May 2, 2010.

  1. EF9_boy

    EF9_boy New Member

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    I swapped a b20z into my SI and rewired an OBD1 dizzy to make it work. I have fuel and fire, it will start and run for 30 seconds or so then putters out. Idles irradicly, tack goes CRAZY. Timing is dead on. I am throwing code 4 (crank angle sensor), i have switched ECU's just to make sure , i also switched out my crank angle sensor


    any ideas why my car is not running?
     
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    no ideas what so ever?
     
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    did you reset your ecu? just curious cause i had the same problem with a rebuilt dizzy and kept forgetting to reset the ecu, and it kept throwing codes. also does your ecu match the dizzy? i was using the wrong obd dizzy and kept buring up crank sensors.
     
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    yup reset it every time i try startin it, i am using a PR4 OBD0 ecu
     
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    how did you rewire an obd1 dizzy to run with an obd0 ecu? just curious cause that might be your problem.
     
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    i looked at the obd0 pins and matched them to the obd1 pins
     
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    your gonna need to use an obd0 dizzy. the sensors in both run off different frequencies. i ran into that problem with my ls swap. if you were to use a obd1 ecu you could use the obd1 dizzy.
     
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    alright man thanks for your help:cool: i just ordered a Dist. King OBD0 dizzy ill let you know how it goes:thumbsup:
     
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    yea. no prob. let me know what happens.
     
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    OBD0 dizzy success!!! it idles perfectly.... but when i give it gas it dies so i have one more issuse to deal with
     
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