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  1. GhostAccord
    07-17-2012 02:37 PM
    I'm guessing that you are referring to the ignition coil and distributor connections.......If so, there is quite a bit of info regarding internal and external coils in the swap FAQ. Sorry I don't know right off hand what would be best in your situation. I would have to look it up as well.
  2. browncali
    07-16-2012 09:56 PM
    im sorry bro but i got one more cuestion.. whenever i swap the harness to the obd1 does it matter if its external...cuz the harness i got its internal ..or do i need to do some rewireing ???
  3. GhostAccord
    07-14-2012 09:38 AM
    The P13 will always stay the same, it is the last three digits in the code that you need to be aware of. They will tell you whether the ECU is for an auto or manual transmission as well as what version it is and what market it was made for.

    First letter = country of origin
    J = Japan
    C= Canada
    L = California emissions or typically high altitude states as well.
    9 = Japan or factory refurbished.

    Second digit-denotes transmission. If it is 5, 7 or 9 then the ecu is auto, anything else would be manual, usually 0

    Third digit denotes the version/variation of the main board.

    Example: P13-A51 = A H22A1 VTEC USDM Automatic version 1 ECU.
  4. browncali
    07-13-2012 09:37 PM
    hey bro i been looking for a ecu for the h22 nd i c tha they have different s nums does it matter?????but they r all p13...
  5. browncali
    07-12-2012 10:49 PM
    ok tom im going to the jy last week i saw a h23 hopefully is steel there...
  6. GhostAccord
    07-12-2012 02:56 PM
    Not exactly, the H22A4 is OBD2. It does not have the same sensors in it as the OBD1 H22A1. It only has the CYP sensor inside it. as Apposed to the A1 having three, TDC, CKP & CYP sensors.
  7. browncali
    07-11-2012 10:41 PM
    hey bro does the h22a4 dizzy its the same as the h22a1?
  8. GhostAccord
    07-03-2012 08:22 AM
    No problem!
  9. browncali
    07-03-2012 08:10 AM
    thanks alot bro..
  10. GhostAccord
    07-03-2012 07:20 AM
    The H23 harness would be the next best choice. It doesn't have the wiring for VTEC. However, the rest of the sensor wiring will be in the right position. So, if you use it you will have to add VTEC wires.

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