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92 civic wiring

I have a b16 swap and it has a high idle, I checked everything and then noticed the wiring doesnt match up with the obd1 pinouts,any help

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Is it an OBD2-generation b16 engine (96 or newer)? If so, are you using the ECU from the car the engine came out of? You'll need to if you aren't, and you'll need the engine bay harness from it as well for things to work perfectly. Have you tried looking for an idle speed adjustment screw? My 300ZX has one on the idle air control valve, and it allows the idle to be adjusted manually. On my 99 Audi A4, I have to use the VagCom computer diagnostic system to adjust idle. I'd imagine on the Civic you can do it with an adjuster screw. Unfortunately I'm not sure where that is - check out www.civicforums.com and I bet you'll find it there though - that site has a wealth of knowledge and more than a few guys running motor swaps.

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