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Ok so I have a d16y7 thats not good so I purchased
a jdm sohc zc and the guy at the shop told me I need to
use my d16y7 crankshaft sensor. Is this a zc thing to do ?
I want to have the zc running good without doing
any bypass. Thanks
 

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The car is obd2 . And the guy where I bought the motor from
said ill need to add the ckf onto the zc motor... does the zc have
it where I can just use the ckf from my old motor ?
 

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Answer civicdude first but I'll add the zc likely doesn't have the mounting tabs for the ckf so you'd have to swap oil pumps, much easier to do the bypass if you are using an evidence the looks for ckf
 

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Answer civicdude first but I'll add the zc likely doesn't have the mounting tabs for the ckf so you'd have to swap oil pumps, much easier to do the bypass if you are using an evidence the looks for ckf
right. i jsut looked up pictures of the zc oil pump and no it doesnt have a place to mount the ckf.
 

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................ it's not the CKP!!!!!!

It's the crank fluctuation sensor for misfire detection only. Do your fucking homework.

You will throw a code for the sensor, but the car will still run.
 

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Its going to use the same stock ecu. And ok crank fluctuation sensor.. umm damn I dont like messing with wiring . Where can I buy those red parts for t h e wiring?
 

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................ it's not the CKP!!!!!!

It's the crank fluctuation sensor for misfire detection only. Do your fucking homework.

You will throw a code for the sensor, but the car will still run.
I said CKF which is CranK Fluctuation? Doing the CKF bypass gets rid of the CEL/MIL.
 

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Its going to use the same stock ecu. And ok crank fluctuation sensor.. umm damn I dont like messing with wiring . Where can I buy those red parts for t h e wiring?
Scotch-lock/tap splicers, sometimes dubbed ‘quick splices’ can be found at any auto parts store or walmart/sears/home depote/lowes so on
 

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bypass is easy as falling down. lol.
But really it takes some quick taps and about 5mins. The links they gave will work.

And as said its for miss fire and car will run. My alt belt eat the wires and the car ran fine. When i got home i fix the wires.

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this is for any jdm motor.
 

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If that bypass looks hard you should be working on cars.

1 to 5 difficulty I'd give it a .5
That's exactly what I'm doing WORKING ON CARS .
Like I said I don't like working on wiring. But everyone
says its that easy ill give it a try. Thank you
 
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