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Obd2 B18b Eg Wiring Help Needed Please

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by nwisehart, Apr 8, 2003.

  1. nwisehart

    nwisehart Junior Member

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    I am doing an obd2 b18b1 engine swap in my 1992 civic and I was wondering what wires need to be added or swapped. I am running an obd1 pr4 ecu also. I see that the ecu doesnt have a knock sensor and neither does he engine so that eliminates that wire. Do i need to run the wires for the evap purge power and the evap purge solenoid. I cant find any reference that tells me exactly what to do. All the resources that i have found are for an obd2 b18c1 in an eg, and not an obd2 b18b1 in an EG. From what I have read the B18b1 doesnt have the IAB either. Please correct me if I am wrong on anything and please steer me in the right direction.
     
  2. SolReaver

    SolReaver Senior Member

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    ok do this-

    remove old engine wire harness from the connectors at the shock towers

    plug pr4 ecu into your (civic) wiring harness inside the car

    drop teg motor in

    plug all the plugs to the exisiting firewall wire harness, at the point where you removed the connectors of the old wire harness

    there will be a couple plugs on the driver side left hanging, dont worry about those

    the sensor on top of the IM, you can either plug the connector in or leave it hanging, it doesnt matter

    same goes for the hoses that are just hanging there

    fire the motor up and begin saving for a turbocharger ;)

    good luck :)
     
  3. nwisehart

    nwisehart Junior Member

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    Its that easy huh. Man I have been searching for weeks now. Thanks a lot. That must be why there arent many resources for this exact swap, because there is nothing to it. Thanks
     
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