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obd0-obd1 conect the Distributor

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by SnowGuy, Jan 8, 2005.

  1. SnowGuy

    SnowGuy Junior Member

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    he !

    do anybody have a convert list to the
    kabel from obd0 and obd1 distributor ?

    i have o b16a1 harness and a b18c6 (ITR) distributor..

    pleace help me ...
     
  2. 92civicb18b1

    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    i think that's an obd2 distributor.

    And it's not worth converting the distributor from obd0 to 1 or 2 or any other combo, just get the correct one for your motor.
     
  3. SnowGuy

    SnowGuy Junior Member

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    the ITR distributor is the correct .
    i have swapt a b18c6 in to my civic VT
    and a goen to do a obd1 convert. i use the obd0 cabels
    and a obd1 converter to the ECU.

    that way i need a list fore obd0 to obd1 distruibutor...

    its the same colors on the obd1 annd obd2
    buye if some have the list fore obd2 distruibutor
    its very good :)

    hope som can help me fore ther moste be
    mor than me that have don this convert...
     
  4. 92civicb18b1

    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    I don't understand now.

    You have a civic VT whihc I am assuming is an EF (88-91). You put a b18c6 which I think is a Euro GSR and you state is obd1.

    If that is the case you do not need to convert the distributor, you need to either convert the whole motor to obd0 or convert the car to obd1. There are conversion harnesses and such to do the conversion.

    Just wait till someone else chimes in cause I can't answer your question because I don't understand it.

    I'm not sure where you're from either, but just so you know, cables>wires in english. We have too many different variations of our words, I know. I'm not trying to be rude, just helpful.
     
  5. SnowGuy

    SnowGuy Junior Member

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    ok. this converter you talk about im going to buy.
    but ists not that ise. i from sweden and the car is a EE9
    and its a b18c6 fron a JDM itr 190 hp.

    this EE9 hase b16a1 stock and obe0.

    but tis coverter you talk about can you giv me a link to it ?
     
  6. SnowGuy

    SnowGuy Junior Member

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    oke. i need a obd0 to 0bd2

    or i need the color thats are going to get together.
    whit pin are goen to whit pin !

    the color on the obd0 harness are:
    Peach White
    White/Blue
    Blue/Yellow
    Thin White
    Peach/Blue
    Blue/Green
    Fat White

    whit of this color are gonging to what color on the obd2 dizzi ?
     
  7. 92civicb18b1

    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    you do not want to convert to obd2, it is the worst of all OBD's to use. It has absolutely no advantage over either obd1 or 0.

    It THINK this is the type of harness you are looking for.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAP...sspagename=WDVW

    Converting to obd1:
    You don't need just this harness, you are are also going to need a few other things.

    -Injectors any obd1 240 cc honda injectors should be fine (someone else can help on this too, cause I dunno what he could do with the resistor box)
    -OBD1 b16 or GSR Distributor. This is essential, your car will run like complete garbage if you try to repin or anything with the one you have now unless it is obd1
    -Possibly the alternator and a few other miscellaneous parts

    You can also convert the engine to obd0 also, probably your best choice because of where you are.
    -Use the distributor you have from the b16
    -Use the injectors you have from the b16
    -Use the alternator you have from the b16
    -Use the sensors from the b16's manifold on your new one
    -there will be a few other little parts

    Just wait till someone else with more knowledge then me answers your question to either confirm or fix my answers.
     
  8. SnowGuy

    SnowGuy Junior Member

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    thats not the problem !

    the problem are that i have a obd2 dizzi insted fore a obd1.
    its dosent meders if i have a obd1 or a obd2 dizzi.

    its just the clips thats are dirfrand.
    ant buy a new dizzi are note on the q do
    a dizz coste ~ 150$ in sweden...

    so if some body knowe how the clip are going to convert
    from obd0 to obd2..
     
  9. ripperbone

    ripperbone angry bear

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    I think I have an idea what your talking about and the conversion kit I found for the dist. is at www.locashracing.com. check the site out he has a bunch of different conversion kits. Joe is a very helpful guy and if he doesnt have it on is website, I am sure that he could make one for you.
     
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    JKOBD.com Wiring Guru

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    If you are converting to OBD1/2, you can use either OBD1 or OBD2 distributors. If you are getting an OBD0-1 or OBD0-2 conversion harness, then you will be able to run the OBD1/2 distributor. You will want to use your stock engine harness and convert the distributor plug to match your distributor. You can always convert your OBD1/2 distributor to the OBD0 connector for a plug and play. Let meknow if I can help out.

    Jason
    OBD Everything Harnesses
     
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