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Engine will not start (honda civic 98 ek with a d16 swap)

Hi, iv got a 98 honda civic ek it had a 1.4 sohc engine and i put a d16y8 sohc in it nd since thas been init the car will not start? it turns ova but theres no fuel getting thro? (iv tested the fuel pump and theres no power getting to that) i neva had the barrel or key when i had the engine and the boy scrapd the car. i got told that its an immbiliser thas doin this coz its a diffrent ecu? can you help me please???

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Ok i got a kind rig way to get you going is goto radio shack get what is called a potentiometer(pot) on you immobilizer wires unless you can get them from column hook it up (pot) them turn key and to start hold there and turn (pot) till it turns over when it does turn off key use a ohm meter disconnect wires from (pot)and measure resistance and go back to radio shack and buy a resistor of that value and solder it in the wires you hooked the (pot) to. that should get you back up again.

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Hi its me again with the 98 civic. thanks for ur help with my problem il give it a try and see if it works? also... is there any chance you could tell me which is the immobiliser wire? and pos send me a wire diagram saying what wires r what going into my ecu please? i have lookd on the net and can not find 1 :( any chance u cud e-mail it to me at ( martindunn86@hotmail.co.uk ) thanks for ur time...

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D16y8


The d16y8 is used in the 1996 to 2000 Civic EX, as well as the 1996 and 1997 Del Sol. Both harnesses and ECUs will work from either.

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Will a d15b7 water pump be compatiable with a d16y8 water pump


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On the 1998 Honda Civic with the D16Y5 and D16Y7 engines, the Catalytic Converter is part of the Exhaust Manifold. If you have the D16Y8 engine, the Catalytic Converter is separate from the Exhaust Manifold, and is directly between the 1st and 2nd Oxygen Sensors.

Here is a diagram of the D16Y5 and D16Y7 Exhaust Manifold and Catalytic Converter: http://www.4shared.com/document/zvR9UsXJ/1998_Honda_Civic_D16Y5_D16Y7_C.html

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The 96-98 Civic EX came with an OBD2A D16Y8 engine. That is the only engine that will go in as a direct replacement with your current engine ECU. It's an SOHC VTEC engine that has two extra connections not found on the other 96-98 Civic engines - a VTEC solenoid and a special oil sensor used to determine if VTEC engagement is possible. If you swap in an older Civic engine (92-95 generation) you'll have to convert the car to OBD1 (requires a special adapter hardness) and run the ECU that goes with whatever engine you use. This will break functionality of your OBD2 diagnostics port, and depending on which state you live in will cause you to fail emissions checks. If you install a D16Y8 engine from a 99-00 Civic EX, you will have to swap the intake and exhaust manifolds from your old engine to the new engine, and you will be able to continue to run your existing OBD2A wiring and ECU. The 99-00 Civic EX engines have additional sensors, since those engines are OBD2B. The easiest fix would be to find a SOHC VTEC D16Y8 from a 96-98 Civic EX, as it would be a direct plug and play replacement.

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Is it possible to make a d15b carburator engine to a vtec


In my opinion it is not worth it. In order to make your d15 a vtec engine, you will have to put a d16 head on it. That will require drilling new oil ports, converting the engine to fuel injection, changing out the computer, and a whole lot more things. You would wind up spending more money doing that than just doing a d16 complete swap. plus the d16 will have more power over all anyway compared to the d15 vtec. d15 is a 1.5L the d16 is 1.6L reguardless your gonna have more power with a d16. Just a suggestion.

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Anything that is OBD 1 or newer if you want it to be legal, here are the most common options and the basic requirements. 1. B16A2/3: Completely bolt-in Swap, VTEC needs to be wired, SIR II, Hasport shift linkage. Del Sol VTEC for the del sol 2. B18B: Completely bolt-in swap, SIR II, Hasport shift linkage. Del Sol VTEC for the del sol 3. B17A: Completely bolt-in swap, cable-hydro transmission kit(not recommended) or hydraulic b-series transmission, VTEC needs to be wired. 4. B18C1: Completely bolt-in swap, VTEC needs to be wired. 5. B18C5: Completely bolt-in swap, OBD conversion, VTEC needs to be wired. 6. B16B: Completely bolt-in swap, OBD conversion, VTEC needs to be wired. 7. H22A: Mount kit required, Hasport shift linkage, VTEC needs to be wired. 8. B16A: Not recommended! Too much work, more costly compared to B16A2/3's. 9. D16Z6: Completely bolt in, VTEC needs to be wired. 10. D16Y8: Completely bolt in, VTEC needs to be wired. If you want to know more check this out - http://hondaswap.com/swap-articles/en gine-swaps-101-a-29052/

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