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need help for civic ECU

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by C.I.V.I.C, Jul 31, 2006.

  1. C.I.V.I.C

    C.I.V.I.C Junior Member

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    Hi
    My Civic 93 Was Automatic Trans. With D16a9 Dohc Non Vtec ,,, And I Converted It To Manual Trans. ,,, Everything Is Great Except My Ecu I Need To Change It ,,,the Old Automatic One Was P29 And I Need To Change It With A Manual Ecu That Works Great With My D16a9
     
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    ill just say that the pg6 is the right ecu. i dont work with the obd0 cars too often
     
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    PG60no1988-1989 Acura Integra
    I DONT KNOW , IT LOOKS WEIRED

    IS THERE A P29 MANUAL
     
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    if there is how could i know the difference between them
     
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    92-95 civics are obd1, not obd0.

    edit: Noticed you are using the dohc d16 already. Check your o2 sensor on your exhaust manifold - does it have 4 wires, or just one? Also, does your wiring harness have creamish white connectors or grey ones? If they are cream, and if you only have a one-wire o2 sensor, then you are running an obd0 setup; if they are grey with the 4-wire o2, you are running an obd1 setup. If you are obd0, get a pm6 out of a crx si. If you are obd1, get a p08, i believe. A p28 can be chipped with crome to run non vtec, so it may be a good investment for you if you want to swap a vtec engine in there later on.
     
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