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So my 96 Del Sol SI with D16Y8 engine should have the P2P ECU. Then I noticed the label and it says P28. Getting curious, I took the cover off and saw this.

This looks like a P2P ECU. But then I saw the marked area and it looks like a Integra ECU. Can anybody confirm what ECU I have? Thanks

 

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its a obd2 p28 im pretty sure its the stock ecu for your car
p2p i think is for the y7 non vtec correct me if im wrong
 

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P2P (obd2) is for the 96+ civic ex or del sol
P28 is for 92-95 civic Si
pretty sure the label is right tho and its the P28 ecu
if your civic is a 96 maybe the previous owner switched it to the Obd1 in which case its probably attached by a conversion harness
not sure why he would tho since this ecu doesn't look modded
but you can check to see whether it is a obd2a or obd1
hondata.com is pretty helpful with helping identify ecu
ECU Identification
 

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Thank you everyone for your response. Here are some more pictures.









Based on the Hondata ECU identification website, there is no such thing as a OBD2a P28. But my connectors show that it is OBD2a. I guess t4lude98 is correct in that this is a 1996-97 Honda Del Sol with the D16Y8 and a OBD2a P28 ECU.

The kick panel that covers the ECU is missing so I also assuming that the original owner removed the ECU for some reason.
 
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