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Old 08-04-2009, 12:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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hi, im having problems with my y8 swap. i ended up with a p2p a34 ecu from the US with the fuel tank pressure sensor . im not sure it this would affect the performance as to what extend i dont know. the other night i was driving from london to home , i increased my speed a little pass 100mph then suddenly the car julted as if to cut out ... the check light started flashing . when i got home i check the codes and it came up with 23,8 and of course 91 . my civic is a jdm model and has no key transponder nor immoblizer in the ecu ..ive read you can get a p28 and have pharble.net run a y8 base map somthing like that is there any other suggestion ?

advice needed
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