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P08 ECU from '92 d15b jdm auto to manual

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by Henkas, Apr 18, 2006.

  1. Henkas

    Henkas Junior Member

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    Hi all. I have just finished my d15b jdm swap, and i am thankfull to this site for info i've found for my swap. But there is 1 thing i did not find. My ECU is showing 19 ECU trouble code "Automatic Transmission Lock Up Control Solenoid Valve". I foundon web photos of p08 auto [​IMG]

    and p08 manual

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    i see the main difference is, that P08 manual does not have 2 "chips" on top left. So i want to know if all i have to do is just cut these two chips out? Does anybody did thing like this?

    p.s. sorry for my English
     
  2. Henkas

    Henkas Junior Member

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    bump. Help.
     
  3. pills_PMD

    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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  4. Henkas

    Henkas Junior Member

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    thanks pills PMD, i just can't find RP18 in my P08 :cry2:
     
  5. Henkas

    Henkas Junior Member

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    dohh.. i found RP18 on the back side of P08 :mrgreen: gonna solder 1.4k ohms in it today :)
     
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    Finally.. done. No ECU errors any more :) Jus put 1.5k ohm in RP18, because i could not get 1.4k, it is working any way :) yeahou!
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    sweet!! glad to hear it
     
  8. chefboiali

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    Aye guys. Sorry for the thread revival. A guy from d-series found this thread, and I signed up to ask questions. I'm stuck. I know my P08 is for an automatic, but I'm unsure about how to go about changing the resister to get it to stop throwing code 19. Do I de-solder the resistors on top, and solder in the 1.4k? (see link to pic)

    This is for a 92 Si with a d15b vtec swap. I'm currently running a P28 w/ RP17 and RP18 removed. It works great, but would love to see if the P08 I have can get even better gas mileage. I got 323 miles on my last tank. Thanks in advance.

    Sorry for the lame pic. It was the best I could do with my digital camera, and photoshop.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Done! Works better than the P28 for those lucky enough to get their hands on one.:)
     
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    ok guys i just bought an 88 ef wit the jdm d15 and it has the wrong computer in it. it gets like 10MPG and no VTEC. i bought a p08 auto off ebay for cheap, and i understand desoldering the rp17 and removing it, but i dont understand how to make the jumper on rp18 from 2.4k ohms to 1.4k ohms? how do i lower the ohm value?
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    you need to start a new thread
     
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    why dont u chep ur ecu.... it will erase the codes and ur engine will run better...
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    this thread is almost 3 years old man
     
  14. George777

    George777 ^^ Likes Bewbies

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    This kid keeps bringing back dead threads. Doesn't even have 10 posts yet and he has brought back at least 2 or 3.

    Fucking noobs
     
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