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Old 03 Mar 2012, 07:03 pm
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Default 97 civic pcm problems

Hi i am new to this so please bare with me. I have a 97 honda civic ex 5 spd
that had a motor swap done before i got the car. someonw swaped in a B16A DOHC vtec motor. my research found a 92-95 civic delsol pcm. the year on the head is a 91. My problem is this, because the car is 97 and the pcm is a 92,95 the OBD2 DLC does not lnik to the pcm. tried looking arounf for the jumper test port for the OBD1 pcm to find none. is there pins that i could jump directly to the pcm to find out the trouble codes? Any help or sugjestions in this would be greatly appreciated. i would like to get the motor running to its full potential. thank u in advance.
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