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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by 1slowb16ef, Aug 8, 2005.

  1. 1slowb16ef

    1slowb16ef Junior Member

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    i am rewiring my 89 std from obd0 jdm b16 using pr3 to a obd 0 using jkobd adapter blah blah . the company who install this engine back in 99 did a really hack job blah blah . after finally getting the cel to work after the cut it off i find i have codes 1 4 6 and 15 call will not start after the obd0-1 swap
    please correct me if im wrong here

    code 1- oxy sensor -shouldnt cause car not to start
    code 4 crank position sensor - ?? is this the same as the cyp sensor ? with the
    new obd1 distributer how does this work out ??
    code 6 - coolant temp sensor - shouldnt cause car not to start
    code 15- ignition output signal? what is this and how do i trouble shoot it ?

    i need help im frazzled here
     
  2. brian11to1

    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    why are you using an obd1 dist. if the car is still obd0?
     
  3. The_B_Sleeper

    The_B_Sleeper Junior Member

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    code 15? when my hatch threw me a code 15 it was the air intake temp sensor
     
  4. 1slowb16ef

    1slowb16ef Junior Member

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    brian ... different cars/ecu codes are different
    the b sleeper.... the car is not obd0 i am in the process of making obd1
     
  5. The_B_Sleeper

    The_B_Sleeper Junior Member

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    hahaha missed that part.. sorry bra
     
  6. brian11to1

    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    ahh, ok. anywho code 15 means something in the dist. is bad. maybe not wired correctly.
     
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