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Hi all,

I have some questions because I need the information tomorrow.
We have a OBD1 car, and an OBD0 engine.

I wonder, can I use the OBD0 engine wire and ecu with OBD1 interior harnass?

Or do i need to change some stuff?
 

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obd0 bay harness will not work what an obd1 interior/chasis/cabin harness

you can run an obd0 motor with a obd1 bay harness and just switch the dizzy out
 

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Okay thanks!

Well i need to find the obd1 engine wire, well i know where it is but i still need to get it.


update:

btw, i only need to swap the distributor ?
 

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Greetings.

Probably, due to head layout, you'll still have to use OBD0 distributor, just needing to change pin-outs on the distributor.

Some Civics are 2 earpoints, others 3, so each head needs to use its own distributor. Motor is OBD0, use OBD0, use the search button to find OBD pinouts, and change the plug.

dodo-upgrades.nl might help, also.

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raimundo please stop dude.

swap out your obd0 dizzy for a obd1 (like one from a d15b7 or so..)

then use the obd1 harness and wire everything up.


i know for a fact this works.. im using a obd1 harness, a obd1 dizzy on a obd0 motor lol.
 

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Greetings.

Probably, due to head layout, you'll still have to use OBD0 distributor, just needing to change pin-outs on the distributor.

Some Civics are 2 earpoints, others 3, so each head needs to use its own distributor. Motor is OBD0, use OBD0, use the search button to find OBD pinouts, and change the plug.

dodo-upgrades.nl might help, also.

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