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OBD-I to OBD-II

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by korey, Dec 2, 2003.

  1. korey

    korey Senior Member

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    A guy I know said that all that is involved in changing an OBD-I Motor to OBD-II is to get an OBD-II ECU, Wiring Harness, Distibutor, and Injectors. Is this true? Is that all it takes? Let me know, thanx.
     
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    OBD2 intake manifold, throttle body, injectors, distributor, alternator, wiring harness, ecu...

    if the car isn't obd2 you're gonna have to either 1. adapt your engine harness to the obd2 motor and get an obd1-obd2 jumper, or 2.put an obd2 in-car harness in your car.

    you're also gonna have to cut-and-splice some wires (some of the sensors on the block probably wont plug in), and you'll also need to buy an obd2 IAT sensor (since it was on the intake rather than on the manifold like the obd1)
     
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    Stick with OBD-1 because OBD-2 has alot of require smog restrictions...in CALIFORNIA :lol:
     
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    obd2 blows goats
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    i dont believe there is anything on the IM or TB that has to be changed... honda MAP sensors have remained consistent
     
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    i meant as far as the vacuum lines and such....



    iono....it's easier to just swap the intake manifolds.
     
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    unless you want an immobilizer.. or microchip key =)
     
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