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Old 07-30-2010, 08:01 PM
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QUICK h22a to h22a4 help oil pump and sensors

Is there anyway to complete the swap without having to swap over the h22a4 oil pump to the h22a?
I already put the engine almost all the way back together and i would like to not have to take the timing belt off again
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Re: QUICK h22a to h22a4 help oil pump and sensors

I wish I knew the answer for u bro. But bump for u so that more ppl will see this and hopefully know more about the subject than I do
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Re: QUICK h22a to h22a4 help oil pump and sensors

all you need is the obd1 distributor and harness ,
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Re: QUICK h22a to h22a4 help oil pump and sensors

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all you need is the obd1 distributor and harness ,
just any obd1 distributer? h22 or h23? what harness are you talking about? The entire obd1 harness?
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Re: QUICK h22a to h22a4 help oil pump and sensors

you will need and h23 distributor from 92 -95 prelude si. you must rewire the sensors... here is my write up.
OBD1 <-> OBD2 (motor/distributor swapping)
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you will need and h23 distributor from 92 -95 prelude si. you must rewire the sensors... here is my write up.
OBD1 <-> OBD2 (motor/distributor swapping)
Thanks bustr!
I found it after the post and it is now bookmarked! I also picked up a obd1 distributer today for 45$ and 6 hours of driving... i hope Denver burns down, that traffic is crap
Im going to rig up the distributer tomorrow morning. then going to start putting it back in :D
o ya after the oilpan....
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