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Old 02-01-2006, 01:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Mods- if this is the wrong forum please move this. Okay I have my y7/y8 mini me bolted together, and I just sent off my ecu (P06 chipped/socketed with crome) to phearable.net to be converted to p28 spec to run vtec. I am using an obd2a->obd1 conversion harness in my 96 model car to make it all work. My question is, what pin do I run the vtec solenoid signal wire and the oil pressure switch wires to? I found several writeups for min me swaps in older cars, but nothing specific to an ek. These swaps list pin A4 as the vtec solenoid wire and pin D6 as the pressure switch pin, but my wiring diagram says that a4 should be an injector pin and d6 is a knock sensor pin, which my motor doesnt have. Any ideas?
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Bump.. anyone? This is driving me crazy, want to get the wiring done.
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Did you switch to a 3 wire IAC valve? An OBDI ecu can only run the 2 wire. Anywho, wire diagram for the correct wires is here:http://www.turbod16.com/viewtopic.php?t=3572

Scroll till you see 96-98.
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Ya I have everything converted to work right with the obd1 ecu, just was questioning what pins to run the vtec wires to. Thanks for the diagrams that helps alot.
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