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Vacuum line problem

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by 90sihatch, Aug 27, 2005.

  1. 90sihatch

    90sihatch Senior Member

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    Ok I'm really hoping someone can help me with this. I'm trying to get the 92 ls motor running right in my hatch, but I'm pretty sure there is a problem with the vacuum lines. When I start it up, it struggles to stay alive until the check engine light comes on at which time it idles perfect. I noticed that on integras, there are two little vacuum canisters on the fire wall, where my civic only has one. Do I need to get the other one and try to figure out where the lines all go to, or is there a way to do it without buying the other one? If someone has a diagram it would be awesome. (I already searched and couldnt find the right one). Thanks
     
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    what cell are you getting?
     
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    MAP
     
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    You can use the old OBD sensors off your car.. the map sensor is on the firewall on an EF civic along with some sort of vavle which i cant think of off hand.. make sure the map sensor is plugged in. and be sure the vacuum lines are setup right.

    http://www.hondacrx.co.uk/downloads/downloads.htm
    it has the manuals for the D16a6, DOHC ZC, and b16a1 CRX. You should be able to find the vacumm lines there and get a manual for the integra motor or find it online.. but i think its setup almost exactly the same as the b16 in the CRX. If you really need i can probably post hte vacuum lines or send you them as an attachment in an email.
     
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    the b17a1 in the GSR of that generation is bascially the same as the b16a1 just a little more torque.

    a b18a should have a similar of not exactly the same diagram for vacuum lines.. See if you can find someone with a similar setup to check you own. Almost any B-series should do, or at least give you a better idea.
     
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