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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by russianswty, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. russianswty

    russianswty Junior Member

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    Ok so ive got a crx si with a ls/v running of a p28.

    So I swapped the engine from a known running car and
    it acts really funny.
    It is really low on power. At first I thought I might of wired the injectors
    wrong but I tested them and they were in the right order.
    So whats happening is is seems like its only running of 3 cylinders or less.
    If you give it full throttle the engine will die. You have to keep on
    giving it gas until it warms up.
    When it does warm up and idle crappy but doesnt die. You can take out #2
    plug wire and it almost makes no difference. You have to put it really close to
    a ground to hear the same spark as you would from any other cylinder wire.
    So I thought that maybe I got a dead wire or something. It seems to be coming
    poping pretty strong from the cap. So I replaced the wire with another and still
    the same thing. Oh yeah and im not getting any check engine lights.
     
  2. 95lshatch

    95lshatch Skyline killer!!!!

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    check the cap and rotor and are you sure you got the MAP sensor and IACV sensor on the right places.....alot of people do this during swaps.......
     
  3. russianswty

    russianswty Junior Member

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    what can I get those mixed up. Does anybody got a diagram of the right way they should be hooked up?
     
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    95lshatch Skyline killer!!!!

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    yeah they have the same plug but if you look on here they have diagrams all over.......on OBD 1 the MAP plug has a green wire but the IACV doesn't....
     
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