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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by razma369600, Aug 22, 2004.

  1. razma369600

    razma369600 Junior Member

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    hi guys just bought every thing for my swap just need to know if i forgot anything.
    i have a 90 civic hb i just order a obd0 black top zc,dx to zc harness and the pg7 ecu i also got the injector resistor box.Did i forget anything?
     
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    hcivic.com Senior Member

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    a new tranney to replace the dx
     
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    also new axles to replace the dx ones, ause you can use either the 88-91 civic/crx si tranny or 90-93 integra tranny, but which ever one you pick you can use the axles for that specific tranny you are going to use.
     
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    you cant use the 90-93 integra tranny it is a bseries and he has a d series and no he doesnt need to change the axles unless he is using the zc tranny
     
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    clutch, waterpump, timing belt...
     
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    cheese9988 Senior Member VIP

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    The part the gets broken most often is the tps sensor, its on the back of the intake. Its much easier to replace when the engine is out of the car. Put it in now and when you get the engine running adjust it with a multimeter.
     
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