The sarcasm in this one is strong...
if you had googled your question, it would also have shown you pics. no need for sarcasm lol
bet most didn't know that the 96-97 had a y8 using an obd1 wiring harness with an obd2 p28Not so many del sols on the road, even fewer people that know much about therm. you can always mount a 93-95 bumper on a 96-97 and order the lights...
I see that on ebay alot, little things like that.
for the most part yes. if you noticed a couple weeks ago I posted about alt wiring. well after going over some diagrams I realized they used obd1 wire colors with a obd2 plug. the plugs on the dizzy are also different. its lame but I expect nothing less from honda.what, did they integrate a conversion harness? That seems like a lame move for honda to make :lol
theres always been a problem with the headers and exhaust with this engine, and i have an exhaust leak, can you think of any places i might want to look at first?yeah welcome to my world of useless facts wandering around in my head
if you need anymore useless facts about the d series engine or civic let me know
gee I don't know but last time I checked you don't look at the a/c system for an exhaust leak. I would suggest looking at the exhaust for an exhaust leak.theres always been a problem with the headers and exhaust with this engine, and i have an exhaust leak, can you think of any places i might want to look at first?
you're filled with useless knowledge, im wondering where on the exhaust system i should be looking for a leak. cracked headers? busted pipe, besides the obvious point anything you know of?gee I don't know but last time I checked you don't look at the a/c system for an exhaust leak. I would suggest looking at the exhaust for an exhaust leak.
but seriously what the hell are you talking about?
see thats the info i was looking for. Because i did the obvious and there were no leaks, and i couldnt see any missing/torn gaskets or holes or anything of the sort. i need to put it on the lift at work and look at the down pipewell finding an exhuast leak is pretty straight forward. walk the car until it gets thee loudest then crawl under and look for holes or a gasket that is gone. if not check the head gasket and downpipe. especially at the firewall where it joins