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    Running rich, FML

    Well I got as far as I could today trying to diagnose the EVAP system leak. The vent shut valve and EVAP solenoid held vacuum and tested ok. Whats left to check this weekend is the EVAP two way valve. As far as the fuel trims, during freeway driving stays closer to 0% and -2.3%. The problem...
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    Running rich, FML

    I wish it was the oxygen sensor I have a spare in my garage. I found diagnostic steps for the EVAP leak i'm going to get a vacuum/pump tomorrow to help find the leak
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    Running rich, FML

    Was driving home. CEL got set while driving on freeway code p1457. Maybe this will solve my problem looks like its a evap leak fault code
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    Running rich, FML

    What about ignition coil ima look into that tonight.
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    Running rich, FML

    I was driving at WOT on 1st then 2nd probably 50-80%. These are estimates though I am going to drive again today and record the live data while driving. Injectors are oem from a gsr. I'm going to look up a diagnostic for the ecu I really don't want to replace this one again. It used to have a...
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    Running rich, FML

    Out of curiosity thought did your CEL come on? Or did you just find out your ECU was bad because the problem was solved once you changed it? I had my friend drive behind me. Under normal acceleration he told me that there was no distinctive or unusual smoke from the tail pipe but when I...
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    Running rich, FML

    Hey guys thanks for the replies. As for the ecu I dont think its bad because when it used to be going lean it was due to the injectors being from the wrong engine (from a 96 civic sohc I believe). I ordered injectors from a 98 dohc gsr and that fixed the "leaning" problem. The thing is...
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    Running rich, FML

    Yet again my b18c swap has run into trouble. (b18c block, p72 head, oem type r style TB/MI, AEM CAI, oem exhaust manifold, P73 ECU) Last time it was leaning out horribly STFT (maxing out at +45.9%. Now at idle the STFT will range between -16% to -24%. Now the ECU is having to remove fuel...
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    B18C swap p0171

    Drove the civic a little today. The hesitation and stumbling has gone away. I was thinking that the addition of the fuel with the old injectors was 46% (about 40-42% warm)if the injectors were 180cc injectors from a standard d series honda; 180x46%=82.8 180+82.8= 262.8cc So all along I guess...
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    B18C swap p0171

    Well I ended up finding some injectors online from a 98 gsr that are supposed to be 240cc. I exchanged the injectors and initially the fuel trims would be -4% to -10% and as it warmed up it ranged between -12% to -20%. So the ecu is now subtracting some fuel. But it is not as bad as it was with...
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    B18C swap p0171

    Well no progress on the problem thus far. I am going to try to find some replacement injectors from a scrap yard and hopefully see different fuel trim numbers.
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    B18C swap p0171

    Alright so I worked some more on it today. I found out that the yellow/black wires in the injector plugs were the ones that gave me the +12v with the key on engine off. So the brown,blue,red, yellow wires are not the power supply for the injectors I guess. The yellow/black IGP1 and IGP2 in...
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    B18C swap p0171

    :shades::D Right on, that's quite an accomplishment on the K20 swap. I wish it was just the injectors. I checked for continuity on the four (+) wires of the injectors and they are all ok. From the harness to the injector plugs they correspond correctly. On all four of these wires I got 0.000...
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    B18C swap p0171

    Well according to the manual B18C1,B18C5 and B18B1 utilize a charcoal canister with two connections points. Now opposite from those two connection points there is a "to EVAP 3-way connection valve" and my car does have this yet I don't think that that is what you meant by the second vacuum...
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    B18C swap p0171

    I just took a look at the charcoal canister and it just has 2 connections one for the fuel tank and the other to the EVAP valve
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