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Urgent: Map Sensor Problems

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Phre0n, Feb 16, 2003.

  1. Phre0n

    Phre0n Junior Member

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    Hey, For those of you who dont know, I have a 91 Crx Si, and Im putting a 91 LS B18A in it...
    I am trying to get the vacuum lines set up, but, as i have been told to do by many, i have the stock si sensor on there... Not enough vacuum lines for one, but i fixed that with some of my own hose and splitters... anyways, can anyone provide any tips or a diagram ( that would be AWESOME ) of how to hook up the Si MAP sensor lines to the LS Motor...
    Please Please Please Please
    Hehe
    Also, the IAC ( Idle Air Controller ) is mounted on the back of the intake manifold... the Si has one too, with the same plug.... My old Si engine is in my friends rex, and its there... but, anyways, i CANNOT, no matter how hard I look, find the damn plug on the harness for it... it is a simple 2 prong plug.... Would It be ok to hardwire it to a switch, so I can turn it on when I start the car, and turn it off when the car is warm? Or will it effect the engine? the way it runs, or anything like that??
    Im really lost here, If I can get this fixed, I can drive my car ( It has been 3 months since I started this swap, i NEED my car ) so, please help if you can
    Thanks alot
    you can also get ahold of me on AIM at Phre0nBurn <-- the 0 is the # zero
    or email me at phreon_burn@hotmail.com
    thanks again
    Peace
    Kellen
     
  2. intercooled

    intercooled Junior Member

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    what ecu are you running?
     
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    intercooled Junior Member

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  4. Phre0n

    Phre0n Junior Member

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    Umm, I beleive so...
    Its the stock 91 integra ecu
    why??
     
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