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PWO ECU (OBD0) to OBD1 Harness

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by turbocrx2.0l, Sep 15, 2003.

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    turbocrx2.0l Member

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    I would like to know if there is any company that makes an adapter for the PWO which is an OBD0 ecu so that it can be adapted to a P30 which is an OBD1 ecu.
    Anyone who have seen or know of this can email me .
    k_fletcher10@hotmail.com or leave a number so i can call.
     
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    I hate to even open up this can. Tell us what kind of car you have, because you might not need an adapter. Many of the OBD0 cars plug right into OBD1 Ecu's. Usually a bunch of people fight over what is what.
     
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    I have a 1991 honda Civic Sir (Japan Specs,Buy directly from Japan)
    With a B16A motor a PW0 Ecu .The shape is a EF9 body.
     
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    LoCashRacing.com makes them, as well as JKConversionharness.com. I'm doing something similar in my car to adapt in the P28 computer for my D16Z6.
     
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    there is a guy on honda-tech.com that makes them and they are cheaper than the ones from locash. his SN is blown90hatch or blownhatch, something like that.
     
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    I am located in the Caribbean Cayman Islands. There is a hugh demand for performance Ecu.Some idots broke into my friend type r civic and stole Mugen ECU on Saturday night.
    Check this site out it is in Jamaica .
    http://www.wheelsjamaica.com
     
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    Yeah, blown90hatch can make them.....
     
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    Wow, the overwhelming consensus is that you are in fact OBD0, and you do need a adapter. I've never heard of an OBd0-OBD1 Adapter. I was wrong.
     
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