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Old 30 Jun 2008, 03:16 pm
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Post 1995 Honda Accord ECU(ECM) problems

i just bought a 95 honda accord coupe, the cars is the VTEC model but the previous owners blew the original motor and swapped in the non-Vtec version of the engine, but the car still has the Vtec ECU, the car runs ok and all but it back fires alot, i was wondering if its easier to just swap in the Vtec motor back in or just find the ECU for the non Vtec engine??? any help will be greatly appreciated
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