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Engine & ECU swap: '92 Integra OBD1 Vtec B16A-A/T,some dash functions don't work now.

Roof,trunk,door,indicators not working,rear window does.ECU is PR3-J51,can it be chipped also?

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Wow and engine swap on fixya, are you kidding?????
why not join a real honda forum.?

first off: get the FSM for both cars. that be day 1.
then ask on a real forum under the swaps sections.
what to expect, yes, do expect many things to not work.
first google hit, am i blessed with luck?
http://www.civicforums.com/forums/15-buy-sell-trade/333878-engine-swap-specifications.html
try there.

Posted on Jan 03, 2014

Testimonial: "Most opinions I've gotten on this go around in circles. The indicator dash lights would be nice but does not effect the way this Del Sol runs now. The JDM B16A-A/T Vtec out runs my wifes 2006 Acura TL V/6 Vtec. I'll checkout the swap forums. Next question is chipping a A/T. So far all I get is chipping a M/T 5/speed. Thanks"

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SOURCE: B16A Engine

ya but the motor mount might need to moved or changed

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SOURCE: B16A SWAP NO VTEC,CHECK ENGINE LIGHT, IDLES @ 1900 RPM

Wiring faulty, sensor not connected or mismatch, the ECU will not operate normally until it get all required input from the various sensor.

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SOURCE: what different gear box can fit honda integra xsi

J1/S1 Found in: Integra XSI/RSI (DA6) Type: Cable 1st: 3.230 2nd: 2.105 3rd: 1.458 4th: 1.107 5th: 0.848 R: 3.000 FD: 4.400 Y1 Found in: CRX/Civic (optional LSD) Type: Cable 1st: 3.166 2nd: 2.052 3rd: 1.416 4th: 1.103 5th: 0.870 R: 3.000 FD: 4.266 YS1 Found in: Integra 92-93 XSI/RSI (DA6, DA9) Type: Cable 1st: 3.307 2nd: 2.105 3rd: 1.458 4th: 1.107 5th: 0.880 R: 3.000 FD: 4.400 S80 Found in: Integra Type R 98+ (LSD) Type: Hydraulic 1st: 3.230 2nd: 2.105 3rd: 1.458 4th: 1.034 5th: 0.787 R: 3.000 FD: 4.785 S80/Y80 Found in: JDM SiR-G (optional LSD) Type: Hydraulic 1st: 3.230 2nd: 1.900 3rd: 1.360 4th: 1.034 5th: 0.787 R: 3.000 FD: 4.400 Y21/Y80/S80/S4C Found in: JDM 96-97 Integra R(LSD) JDM Civic R [EK9](LSD) JDM Civic SiR [EK4, EG6] JDM CR-X DEL SOL SIR (EG2)(optional LSD) USDM DEL SOL VTEC (EG2)(OPTIONAL LSD) Type: Hydraulic 1st: 3.230 2nd: 2.105 3rd: 1.458 4th: 1.107 5th: 0.848 R: 3.000 FD: 4.400

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SOURCE: have used 1998 accord w/ cobra security. after

ok - here is ur best bet - - - remove the radio - - ask a local radio sales and installer like - best buy - etc - - to see how much to install it - - then have them do it - better yet - put the old radio back in first - and see --

could be other things but for say 70.00 u get ur car right - electronics are today - best left to the pros
some of the common radios have built in amps - these amps can draw way too much power -- so let the pro get at it - worth the money in the long run

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