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PM6 and PG7

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by peanut, Nov 21, 2003.

  1. peanut

    peanut Member

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    Recently I just swap my camshaft to a SOHC ZC's and I want to try out the 88-89 Integra PG7 ecu but worry that they are not really at all plug and play. Can I remove my Si PM6 ecu and just plug in the PG7 OR do I have to make some wiring changes?
     
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    ryanwolfe911 Senior Member

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    I have no fucking idea, i never ttried to swap an engine in a fisrt gen integra
     
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    They are plug and play.
     
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    be a little careful - there are two varieties of PG7.
    88-89 PG7 are plug and play.
    86-87 PG7 will not work.

    They look pretty similar from the outside. 86-87 PG7 look totally different from your PM6 on the inside. look in the top-left corner of the ECU by where the wiring connects. If the board looks pretty similar there between PG7 + PM6 you're in luck. You can also check the date code next to the label on the outside, although some ECUs marked "87" are really 88.
     
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