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OBD0 chassis, OBD1 engine

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by capmcatastrophy, Sep 19, 2005.

  1. capmcatastrophy

    capmcatastrophy Junior Member

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    So I have an 88 DX hatch and an OBD1 SOHC ZC engine that I'm getting ready to drop it. I know I will have to convert from DPFI to MPFI and will have to run an OBD1 ECU. My question is, do, or rather CAN I use an OBD0 injector resistor box to do the MPFI swap? Also, would the pinouts for the conversion be the same on, say a P28 ecu (if I wanted to put a D16Z6 head on maybe :ph34r: )
     
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    dohcvteccivic Junior Member

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    yes you can use the resistor pack if you use obd-0 injectors, if you use obd-1 injectors instead, you wire on a ground cap that connects them all together, which your zc should have.

    The ecu does not care which injectors you use so:
    obd-0 inj = resistor pack
    obd-1 inj = no resistor pack
     
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    dohcvteccivic Junior Member

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    Oh and yeah all obd-1 ecu have the same pinouts (or damn close)

    You gonna use a conversion harness or what?
     
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    You should try a search on google, there are plenty sites that can help if you are going to do it yourself, if not there are companies to help

    Ryan
     
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    capmcatastrophy Junior Member

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    I'm doing the DP to MP conversion myself. From the research I've done its not nearly as difficult as everyone makes it out to be. I'll probably buy an obd0 to obd1 adapter harness though for the ecu wiring.
     
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