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95 honda accord f20b help

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Old 04-23-2012, 02:35 PM
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I did a f20b swap on my 95 accord 5 speed and was wondering what ecu i need for that to run properly and where does the egr vacuum line hook up too. I keep failing admissions if anyone could please help i would appreciate it
 
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An H22 ecu will run it, but I would recommend getting a chipped ECU with a tune for an f20b.

Can't use an actual F20B ECU because its obd2 and has an immobilizer.
 
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would a stock p13 work?
 
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That is an H22 ecu, so yes, but its not ideal.
 
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do you know where the erg vacuum line hooks to for my car? and will the chipped h22 ecu look for the egr valve?
 
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Here is a diagram that may help.
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If a chipped ECU will check depends on if it is programmed to or not.

Are you not passing inspection just because the check engine light is on? If so just take the bulb out, you are OBD1 they won't know the difference.
 
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no check engine light but i am failing emissions very badley i just unpluged the lift sensor on the egr an it runs the same so i guess my ecu does not look for it it may be a reson iam failing ct emissions
 
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whem i hook the egr vacume line `to the intake manifold it runs like ****
 
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use da h23 ecu my boy did it wit his swap
 
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Originally Posted by jeffpelkey View Post
I did a f20b swap on my 95 accord 5 speed and was wondering what ecu i need for that to run properly and where does the egr vacuum line hook up too. I keep failing admissions if anyone could please help i would appreciate it
I'm doing the same thing. So the first thing you need to do is get your self a p28 ecu and have it reprogrammed by Honda (it's only like 50 bucks) after that Then you need to chip it to be able to delete the VTEC oil pressure switch because your ecu will be looking for it but your f20b don't have it.

I don't know about the egr, I'm not that far yet. Lol

P.S. 1 602-339-0308 this is a company out of Phoenix Arizona they're called built by notorious. They do this kind of work all the time, and when I called them the just got done doing this same thing we are doing a week be for I called.

I've called them hundreds of time lol sometimes 3 or 4 times a day and they have been very patient and understanding. Love those guys.
 

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