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Old 06-19-2010, 04:16 AM
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H22a type s has no wire for evaporative

Okay guys its 4am in the morning and im doin a motor+tranny swap with my dad. From a h22a4 motor to a h22a type s engine. We ran into problems. There is no evaporative wire that came with the h22a type s motor. I live in pa and i believe we need the evap to pass transmission. To require this swap do i need to remove the evap n curise control? I know its late my my dad wants this done before he suns out. I hope someone is awake :( thanks
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Re: H22a type s has no wire for evaporative

I'm awake but I'm not gonna be your best bet for advice.

Did you mean you need the evap to pass emissions? Then yes, but it's not necessary for the engine to run properly, which is why the evap block plate mod exists. So it can prolly wait til tomorrow.

And if your dad is actually helping you at this time of the morning, he has wayyy more patience than my dad haha.



And I don't really want to play devils advocate here, but you really should never rush an engine swap, and even after you get done, you'll prolly need a couple days to work out the kinks and bugs. It tends to happen on major projects like these, even if you do them alot.
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Re: H22a type s has no wire for evaporative

Yea i know we shouldnt rush things. But its getting confusing my dad said the h22a4 has two o2 sensors and the h22a type s dont cone with evap wire and o2 sensors.. My dad has 35 yrs of mechanic experience. I guess jdm engines are made different?
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Re: H22a type s has no wire for evaporative

Not much. The h22a is much more different than the h22a type S. The h22a needs much more conversion work than does the Type S. The type S basically drops right into an SH.

EDIT: Did some google searching on your behalf, and did not find the answer you're looking for. However, I've asked quite a few swap questions myself in preperation for my swap, which never got done because my plans kinda fell through.

I do know that the Type S is the JDM H22a4. Pretty much a direct drop in. There are some minor differences, but I'm not sure what you would have to swap from the old engine to the new one though. I know your ECU, dizzy (distr), and all the usual swap parts do not need to be swapped. The new engine will mate with your car with minimal changes.

Still don't have an answer for our question about the evap system though, although I do know that you can prolly save it til a later date, unless you plan on getting the car through inspection today.

And the Type S is OBDII, so it should have the evap and o2 sensors. Well, not really the o2 sensors, since they have nothing to do with the engine physically. The o2 sensors are located on the exhaust and communicate with the ECU, which sets the A/F ratio going into the engine. So I don't really understand the 02 sensor bit.
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Re: H22a type s has no wire for evaporative

I'm prolly not the best person to be answering your question, as my knowledge on the subject i extremely limited. However I do want to help you get it done, but I'm trying to be very careful and not give you false information.

If I was you I'd wait on it, and get other stuff done in the meantime. You should be good with waiting til the car is running to mess with it.
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Re: H22a type s has no wire for evaporative

What evap plug??? USED H22A4 OBD2 harness. THERE IS SOME REWIRING and i think intake manifold swapping you have to do. sky where are you from???
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Re: H22a type s has no wire for evaporative

I got my engine working.. but the automatc axle doesnt fit into the type s transmission. I am from the philadelphia, PA area
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Re: H22a type s has no wire for evaporative

That sucks, isn't that something you would need to do on a manual conversion anyways?
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Re: H22a type s has no wire for evaporative

well the axles would of git if its a us tranny, but since i got the motor + tranny from japan, it doesnt fit. once its working i ll post some pics
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Re: H22a type s has no wire for evaporative

I swapped a type s into a 98 base model with a standard transaxle. so like you I ran into these problems. The axles are not the same you have to buy the type SH axles(at least the passenger side b/c it uses a half shaft). and the secondary 02 sensor is not wired into the ECU. so you would have to hardwire it to the ECU directly. (which i am in the process of) but besides that you should be fine. Im intrested in how you made out
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Re: H22a type s has no wire for evaporative

yea, I actually bought a jdm axles, but they came in all broken up from tigerdirect. so what i did was take the end of the axles and swap it to my stock one to make it fit into the transmission. and for the o2 sensors i did the same thing u did. But i still have a problem till this day, something with the ecu, im using the stock one so my car starts on without having to step on the clutch.
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