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OBD Question

Discussion in 'Accord' started by azomazo17, Apr 21, 2008.

  1. azomazo17

    azomazo17 New Member

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    ok I have a 96' honda accord (OBDII) and I bought a H22a (OBDI) but im going through a lot of internal and external switch overs with the wirings, fitting the motor mounts and etc... If i was about to get an H22a (OBDII) instead of the OBDI do I still have to covert the wiring or it will much more simple and more like plug and play? will there be less work or the same amount of sh!t???



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  2. BrutalB83

    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    It will be less work assuming you get an H22 that has the same version of OBD2. There two versions, A and B. I'm not exactly sure where the cutoff is with the H-series motors, but I'd guess somewhere around 99 or 2000. If you can get a 96-98 H22 then it should be pretty easy to wire in...
     
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