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h22a4 on po6 ecu

will a po6 ecu run an h22a4? what else will i need besides computer and harness? I already know about the vtec not being supported. ill handle that later. right now i just need it to start and run
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Re: h22a4 on po6 ecu

dont cut corners man.... just replace the imobilzer assembly. youll end up saving money.
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Re: h22a4 on po6 ecu

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dont cut corners man.... just replace the imobilzer assembly. youll end up saving money.
IMO this is not cutting corners, this is the right way since he will have it converted to OBD1 so that he can tune his car and get it running right
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Re: h22a4 on po6 ecu

Its running. But after a minute the thing acts like I'm running out of fuel unless at full throttle. What could cause this? I pull over and let it idle and it does fine for another minute of driving then does it again.
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Re: h22a4 on po6 ecu

I don't know if I need injectors or if I got a couple wires wrong. I hard wired the plug into my harness and unplugged the immobilizr
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Re: h22a4 on po6 ecu

why wouldnt he use something like a p13 or p28 that would allow him to use iab's?
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Re: h22a4 on po6 ecu

I don't have iabs. Look up black trax on google. I done that to my intake only removed the dividers completely in both halves. No iab plate.

i hate double posting so i edited. these are my findings.ok i got the g23vtec running on the virgin po6. found one way to get it to run right. i clamped down the fuel return from the fpr with a pair of vice grips to increase pressure and unplugged the tps. runs ok now...but still really lean on my a/f gauge. the old computer kept it in the rich. also if i unplug my map sensor the car will not run.
do i have a wire crossed? is this to be expected out of a stock po6? will i need obd1 tps, injectors, or map? could it be the egr needing to be blocked off?
i used this guide...http://www.hondacivicforum.com/forum...rmation-73241/ and this for my h22a4 pinout...
When reading this pin out, you are reading them by the back of the connector (where the wires go in). #1 pin (INJ4), is at the top left. To the right of #1 is pin 2 which is INJ3...and so on. Once at the end of the row (going left to right), the following pin begins on the next row at the far left.
Connector A

1. INJ4 - yellow
2. INJ3 - blue
3. INJ2 - red
4. INJ1 - brown
5. Secondary O2 Heater - orange/blue
6. Primary O2 Heater - black/white
7. EGR solenoid - orange
8. VTS (VTEC solenoid) - green/yellow
9. LG1 (ground) - brown/black
10. PG1 (ground) - black
11. IGP1 (ground) - yellow/black
12. IACV (idle air control valve) - black/blue
13. EMPTY
14. EMPTY
15. EVAP purge control - red/yellow
16. Fuel Pump Relay - green/orange
17. ACC (A/C control) - pink/blue
18. MIL - gray/red
19. Alt Control - white/green
20. ICM - yellow/green
21. EMPTY
22. LG2 (ground) - brown/black
23. PG2 (ground) - black
24. IGP2 (ground) - yellow/black
25. ICSOL (Intake Control Solenoid) - white
26. IAB (Intake Air Bypass) - red/blue
27. Radiator Fan Control - green
28. 2WBS (Evap bypass) - green/white
29. VSV (Evap Canister) - orange/green

Connector C

1. EMPTY
2. CKP P - blue
3. TDC P - green
4. CYP P - yellow
5. AC switch - blue/orange
6. Starter Signal (STS) - blue/red
7. Service Check Signal - red/white
8. K-line - light green
9. A/T related
10. Voltage Backup (VBU) - white/yellow
11. EMPTY
12. CKP M - white
13. TDC M - red
14. CYP M - black
15. Vtec Pressure Switch - blue/black
16. Power Steering Switch - green
17. Alt FR signal - white/green
18. Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) - blue/white
19. A/T related
20. Purge Flow Switch (PFSW) - brown
21. EMPTY
22. Immobilizer code - brown/yellow
23. EMPTY
24. EMPTY
25. EMPTY
26. A/T related
27. A/T related
28. A/T related
29. A/T related
30. A/T related

Connector D

1. TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) - red/black
2. ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature) - red/white
3. MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) - red/green
4. VCC1 (MAP voltage) - yellow/red
5. Brake switch - white/black
6. KS (Knock Sensor) - red/blue
7. Primary O2 sensor - whtie
8. IAT (Intake Air Temperature) - red/yellow
9. EGRL (Lift) - white/black
10. VCC2 (TPS Voltage) - yellow/blue
11. SG2 (ground) - green/black
12. SG1 (ground) - green/white
13. EMPTY
14. Secondary O2 Sensor - white/red
15. Fuel Tank Pressure - white/blue
16. ELD (Electronic Load Detector) - green/red

i only connected the wires that where relavant to the harness on the non vtec civic harness and vice versa. a couple of wires on the po6 harness where different colors than the table on the link say they will be, but i hooked them up according to the pinout and not by the colors on the po6 harness.

any ideas? please?
with the tps plugged up and without the vice grip fpr i have no cel, but i do when unplugged.
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Re: h22a4 on po6 ecu

hmm the p06 is for a non-vtec motor, so there might be an issue with fuel delivery as you indicated. my first educated guess since this is not the correct ecu to run the h22a4, is that the fuel/base map is set for a smaller motor with smaller injectors and less fuel being fed through. I was going to run a chipped p06 converted to vtec but have no soldering skills. it's cheap here Xenocron Tuning: Fuel Management and DIY Tuning Resource Center for Honda and Acura Performance - Hondata, eCtune, Neptune, Crome, TurboEdit, Uberdata
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Re: h22a4 on po6 ecu

Reckon bigger injectors will fix it?
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Re: h22a4 on po6 ecu

Yea. I'd like to get it tuned. It runs ok when its about 60 degrees out. Anyone know of a good tuner near Jamestown tn? Anyone know where I can get the cables for my laptop to do it myself? Could I make them?
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Re: h22a4 on po6 ecu

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dont cut corners man.... just replace the imobilzer assembly. youll end up saving money.
what's up man. wht's going on.

i need your help with my 00 accord f23a1
i just got done with my h22a4 swap in my 00 accord
everything stock .

i have a big problem with my IACV wiring . do i need to move any wires from pin-out do i need to get a different ecu???i need a good diagram please. and i have the internal coil in my distributor and i think that's making my car misfiring IT RUNS LIKE CRAP HONESTLY.
I NEED YOUR HELP PLEASE.


I'm running the stock ecu from my f23a1 engine.

can you please tell me what do i need to do.
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