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Does it D16y2 wiring (only wiring) works with ecu p28 D16Z6 engine head?
I have in my Honda D16Z6 engine and head and ecu p28. I don't have only the wiring. There is an offer for selling D16y2 wiring, so is it similar to D16Z6 p28 wiring?
Can I use D16y2 wiring to start D16Z6 with ecu p28
According Wikipedia they are both d series obd1 vtec 125 h. P.

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google is a thing. give it a try

D16Y2[edit]
  • Found in :
    • 1995–1997 Honda Civic MB1 SR
      • Bore and Stroke: see D16 Series Engines
      • Displacement: see D16 Series Engines
      • Compression: 9.5:1
      • Power: 126 hp (94 kW) at 6500 rpm
      • Torque: 106 lb·ft (14.8 kg/m, 144 Nm) at 5200 rpm
      • Valvetrain: SOHC VTEC (four valves per cylinder)
      • Cylinder Head: P08
      • VTEC Switchover: 5500 rpm
      • Fuel Control: OBD-1 MPFI
      • ECU Code: P1H
      • Transmission: S20

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look at the ecu plugs first, post a picture of them.
 

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Its the same p08 head, so it should be fine, maybe some slight differences in sensor locations that may need corrected.
 

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Yes, but the P28 he wants to use might be looking for sensors the d16y2 doesnt have. Im not familiar, but different markets tend to have more or less O2 sensors, or different types, lack of emissions such as EVAP, etc....


This is why looking at the ecu plugs of the d16y2 harness is important. Find and locate the pins for the P28, compare them to what is present on the d16y2 harness.
 
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