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Old 08-24-2008, 07:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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i have a very rough idle i put a d16y8 into a 92civic dx 4dr. its an obdII motor andim using a obdI p28 how do i fix my idle problem
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Old 08-25-2008, 05:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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did you try wiring the motor correctly?
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uh oh, did you wire it yourself?
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yea its wired correctly i even got the obd2 to obd 1 adapter for the ecu but im now thinking its an IAC motor problem but i dont know i need help im getting really pissed
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well, did you use the obd2 engine harness?

it may be the iacv. clean it out. theres a sticky around here about it.
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If the engine was out of a automatic car - the IAC will be different from the standard transmissioned ones and could be causing your greif. The Manual transmissioned IAC's are on the back of the intake and the automatic IAC's are on the throttle body. Which do you have and what transmission? If you are using a obd2 to obd 1 adaptor did you pull the wiring out of the donor car and reinstall it in your 4dr? Otherwise why the adaptor?
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