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I dont know where the ecu chip on my honda civic is located its a 1995 i am trying to fitt A MUGEN ***ECU CHIP P30 VTEC OBD1 CIVIC CRX B16a2 92-95

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In most older honda civics the computer is located in the passenger kick panel. if you remove the bottom right side panel below the glove box you should see it. if not, it will be in the passenger floor board under the carpet.

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