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Old 10-25-2010, 06:08 PM   #21 (permalink)
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If the spark plugs are towards the front of the motor its vtec same cast as z6 head I think. If vtec use z6. If non vtec b7 injectors. The only difference between obd1 and 2 is the tabs don't line up but you can break them off or get the right pluggs and you can use the injectors as far as ls injectors I think they would work but may run rich don't know much about them.
thanks for the infoo reppp.. i still need to know about the ls tho. and my head code is p2j-2 is this stage 3 vtec or wat?
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Old 10-25-2010, 06:13 PM   #22 (permalink)
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so it sounds like you have a JDM d15 block with a Y8 head.. are you using the Y8 intake manifold?
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96 EX D16Y8 Auto------P2J-2 stamped 95 on rs of head

THE OBD-II 3 stage VTEC D15B 96^
(2) VTEC solenoids
Head Code "P2J"
year Code "95"
intake mani also stamped "P2J" on the back

this is how you tell. thanks to,

http://www.sohchonda.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=135
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so it sounds like you have a JDM d15 block with a Y8 head.. are you using the Y8 intake manifold?
yeah its a y8 i jus check with a y8 tb
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96 EX D16Y8 Auto------P2J-2 stamped 95 on rs of head

THE OBD-II 3 stage VTEC D15B 96^
(2) VTEC solenoids
Head Code "P2J"
year Code "95"
intake mani also stamped "P2J" on the back

this is how you tell. thanks to,

D Series Head Codes - SOHCHonda.com
so is the wires obd1 or obd2? sorry im noob
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Old 10-25-2010, 06:30 PM   #26 (permalink)
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thanks dude for u timess ill rep for uuu
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Old 10-25-2010, 06:38 PM   #27 (permalink)
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i still need to know is it obd1 or 2 please help ill rep
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Old 10-25-2010, 06:45 PM   #28 (permalink)
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the injectors are for a 96 civic EX
so you can have the injectors cleaned and pattern tested or you could buy new ones. i would stick with the injector type you currently have. whats the reason for changing your injectors?
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im thinking its obd2 because the head is from a 96 honda civic ex
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the injectors are for a 96 civic EX
so you can have the injectors cleaned and pattern tested or you could buy new ones. i would stick with the injector type you currently have. whats the reason for changing your injectors?
its not firing. like its bogging and dying. like not giving enough gas but fuel pump is good cuz everytime it dies it starts back up. so im guesss its the fuel injectors. but if i do buy one do u recommend me buy a obd2 from a z6 or somthing? thanks
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that's wen i drive it for a while and it starts to act up and with a high idle then wen i press the gas the rpm doesnt go up wen i press it, then 2 second later its goes up after i press the gas sorrry if i dont make sense
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i change the fuel filter also
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im thinking its obd2 because the head is from a 96 honda civic ex
yeah thats wat i was thinking also, do u think the juffy lube can see if its a obd2 or 1 or 0?
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are you sure your ignition timing and mechanical timing are correct?
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are you sure your ignition timing and mechanical timing are correct?
idk cuz i dont know how to check to those..sorry im trying to learn
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is there a sticker on your ECU? if so whats the number off it?
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your ECU is located on the passenger side it may be under the carpet it looks like a silver or gray box with a lot of wiring running to it.
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the ecu is p28 if this helps..but do u want me to check for wat numbers? cuz ill do it right now.
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wat car is it?
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