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Funny story, but I still need help

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by MarkN929RR, Mar 8, 2004.

  1. MarkN929RR

    MarkN929RR Member

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    ok well I tried the obd1 CX dizzzy and slaped it onto the obd2 head, wow!!!!! worst idle I ever heard in my life, the car sounded like it was barking, so now I try to retard the darn thing and still barl, bark, bark. Drove it down the street to test it!! wow! worts experiance ever. I guess Im just going to have to buy the GSR harness of a 96 to 98 obd2 and plug it up. I was told it will work. Oh yeah I forget to mention that I soldered my CX to fit the injectors alternator. So yeah that could be a problem too?


    tell me what ya'll think?



    Mark
    also can my p28 be bad? or is it the wiring?
     
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    reckedracing TTIWWOP VIP

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    wait now... so you did WHAT?!?!

    need a little better explanation about the wiring and such...

    did you think that dizzy was gonna work?
    did you read about the swap?
     
  3. MarkN929RR

    MarkN929RR Member

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    well it bolted on, so yeah I did think the cx dizzy was going to work on the d16y8, now for wiring issues, I used my cx and had my injector plugs and alternator plugs changed out to obd2, now here is the problem, my o2 sensor isnt pluged in and I cant figure out why the idle is barking. I dont know what else to do but buy the GSR harness and call it a day. any thoughts?
     
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    Slammed90Lude Senior Member

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    wait, which motor did you swap in? d16y8 or b18c1- i'm confused
     
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    Hoked on fonics worke four me to...........

    As elaborate as it gets....... Did you already do the swap ?
    Who was barking ?
    D16y8 with obd2 junk ?
    Gsr Harness ?
    I'm confused aswell.......
     
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    driver1 Senior Member

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    what teh fuck...... :blink: :blink:
     
  7. MarkN929RR

    MarkN929RR Member

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    OK sorry bad description of what I just did,




    here it goes:

    I have a CX hatch and I have just installed my d16y8. I used my obd1 dizzy and intechanged my injecotr and alternator plugs on obd1 harness to a obd2 so that the alternator and injector plugs will plug up. Doing so I started up the motor and I have this really bad idle. It sounds like my car is reving it self every second. I tried to retard my dizzy but still same outcome. So im going to try to reuse my obd2 dizzy and use a integra LS harness obd2. I was told it will fit so I will attemp to see if thatwill fix my problem. Does anyone have any other suggestoin on what I should do.

    p.s. this post is not funny anymore! :blink:
     
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    driver1 Senior Member

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    why not use the yb distributor with the y8 harness and just buy a 0bd2 to obd1 coversion harness...this i think is going to being your easiest solution
     
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    sleepn_accord Senior Member

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    I'm going out on a limb here..


    first and foremost, do you have any CEL's?

    If not, are you sure the idle surge is electronics-related?

    If you have CEL's, did you find out what codes you are throwing?

    That would make things much easier.
     
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