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Engine Harness

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by delslow, Jan 14, 2005.

  1. delslow

    delslow Member

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    Alright here is the problem, I been trying to figure out if anyone makes a complete engine harness for 97 Obd2a Del Sol with 94 Obd1 GSR swap. I know of one place that makes the harness but it is not the whole harness, just a sub harness. Or if anyone know what my problem can be. Thanks
     
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    AllMotorMonster Senior Member

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    So that I got this straight....

    You're putting a OBD1 engine in a OBD2 car?

    Good luck with that one, hope you don't live in cali.
     
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    civiclxb16 Senior Member

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    it is not hard to do an obd1 in a obd2 civic the only problem is some of the ecu problems but if you wire everything right you should be good!
     
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    civiclxb16 Senior Member

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    hell i have seen an obd0 engine in a obd2b civic
     
  5. delslow

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    Where can I find a wiring diagram for the car and the engine? Also would it be easier to use an OBD2A GSR ecu in the car or what problems will I run into? I sick of poking and hoping......if you know what I mean.

    Yes I am putting a OBD1 engine into a OBD2A car......I live in South Carolina where there is no emissions law yet..
     
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    no draw backs it is even better actually if you can use the obd1 ecu less error codes easier to tune
     
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