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NEED ENGINE SWAP HELP

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> BA-BB /CA-CD' started by REDRUM JOKER, Oct 29, 2005.

  1. REDRUM JOKER

    REDRUM JOKER Junior Member

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    I have a 95 accord,5spd with a F22A-OBD1-non vtec in it,I swapped a F22B-OBD2-vtec out of a 96 accord back into it. Im using the stock OBD1 harness and a OBD1 POA ecu. I know i have to run wires from the motor to the ecu for the vtec but i dont know where to run what! The other problem is the distributors are different and I need to how to wire the new one to the old harness!!! Iv tryd gettin help from everywhere and everyone I can think of so any help would be greatly appreciated!!!
     
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    reikoshea HS Troll...And Mod Moderator VIP

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    you got to do a little more than that. there are an a lot more sensor's on an OBD2 engine. Check our tech articles on "how to wire vtec"

    if you havent read it yet. before posting, search and check the references.
     
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    You asked for wiring a how to on OBD1 => OBD2 Distributor.

    http://www.hondaswap.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=62088

    check that out. Ive never done it, but im sure that if you wire it backwards it should work. Its best to ask questions on your forums. Its a good chance that more than one person will have your problem.
     
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    tab Super Moderator

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    an easier solution would be to sell that 96 motor, and buy a 95 motor.

    They're only about 300 or so bucks.
     
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    heh, way to think tabbay!
     
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    REDRUM JOKER Junior Member

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    The motor im puttin in it is built...it has JE 11.5:1 pistons,the heads been done,gots a header,adj. cam gear & less than 15,000 miles on it!!!
     
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    I would check into converting the motor to OBD 1. Use your stock harness, a 95 F22B distributor and injectors. That is, if they swap. I haven't done it, but that would be the easiest if the parts match up. That way you could stay OBD1 without an incredible amount of wiring.

    Plan B would be a custom harness for the motor. Plan C would be figuring out the wiring yourself, which can be done with time and patience.
     
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