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EK obd2 b18c running p28, inspection due. temporary ecu question

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by blackdahlia6, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. blackdahlia6

    blackdahlia6 New Member

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    my car is obd2, engine is obd2, jumper harness to obd1, running chipped p28. thinking of running a p2e or p2p ecu JUST for the inspection since they are obd2. will the ecu work with my jumper harness or will i have to get a reverse jumper harness back to obd2? THANKS!
     
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    Matts96HB . Moderator VIP

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    Your car likely wont pass inspection or run correctly with a d16 ECU. Find an obd2 P72 ECU, remove the jumper harness and run the car through emissions that way
     
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    blackdahlia6 New Member

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    well yeah i got my hopes up for cost lol. got a gsr ecu. thanks for the quick response, i actually forgot i posted this on here.
     
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    So my question now is, do I even need a jumper harness back to obd2 or do I just take the current jumper harness off and its plug and play with my new 98gsr ecu? Thanks in advance!
     
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    Matts96HB . Moderator VIP

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    You just take the jumper harness out and plug in the new OBD2 ECU. You may have to make a few little wiring changes, but I am not 100%. The best way to find out is to plug it in and see if you get any CEL's.
     
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