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The body style was the same from 1996 to 2000 for the Honda Civic. Are both of the Civics similar in body style as in they have the same number of doors? Not sure if a wagon or hatchback would interchange with a regular 2 door coupe.
ask any dealer, or any wrecking yard. at the dealer check the partnumbers off both, if a match then they match. at all wreckers they have special software app and databases $$$ that allow them to look this up fast for a quick sale. or join the honda forum.?
The swap is easy but too much to post here. I will fit into any civic 89-00 with the right aftermarket mounts from hasport or just go to ebay. The engine harness can be purchased at a local juck yard if you don't have a harness with 4 injectors. I you have only two injectors then the harness will need to be modified with vtec wiring and ad the other 2 injectors. Any 90-93 integra axles will fit as long as you use the halfshft. Must be manual. and use a modified shif linkage from ebay. Youmust take off the caps behind the civics hubs. Use a PWO or PR3 ECU. Good luck.
misfiring can cause a P0420 code.
I would recommend a set of honda plug wires and plugs if the P0420 code returns.
I have used bolt in aftermarket bolt in catalytic converters but don't remember the brand name they fit ok and i have had 1 or 2 return with a P0420 code out of about 20. I have never replaced the oxygen sensor on a civic like yours.
I always fix the misfire problems, reset the computer, and have the customer drive it and see if the code p0420 returns. 50% don't have the P420 code return. drive it and see what happens and go from there.