Terry Murray, 26 years old
Need OEM parts? When you factor into the equation the cost of parts you will be selling once you complete the task, it really seems like a small price to pay for the ultimate ability to tune a vehicle. Distributor You will need to replace your old distributor with an OBD1 version. Make sure you match the engine. If you have a D-series, then get one from a Civic. Now you will need to convert your existing harness to plug into this new OBDI distributor. You can do this one of two ways, either put OBD0 plugs on your new distributor, or put OBD1 plugs on your engine harness.
OBD0 Vtec wiring help. Hey guys, I had a few questions about obd1 vtec hook up wiring. I know I'm a noob, but I've done as much research as I can and still haven't found a solid answer throughout all the posts and swap tech support pages I've read. So hears my deal I just recently blew my head gasket and swapped my head with a D16Y8 vtec head. I wish to activate my vtec preferably by ECU, but I'm sure it probably wont work due to the fact that my original motor had no vtec. So here's my question. How can I integrate vtec into my existing wiring?
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