Well yes and no.hootb18 said:no its not worth having. unless you like having your cel light on and pulloting the shit out of the enviroment with only minimal, and i mean minimal, whp gains. oh and by the way how would you like to have the most annoying sounding car in the world? basically no they arent worth having.
OBD1 won't throw a CEL. OBD2 will throw it because it has two O2 sensors. All 96-00 cars are OBD2, so you are fine.mvdelsol said:Hey so you are saying that OBD1 equipped vehicles won't have any CEL's when you run a test pipe and the o2 sensors? Is a 93 civic hatch dx with a d15b7 engine an OBD1? Will there be any errors in the ecu or anything like that?
Yes OBD1 cars only have one sensor and it is in your exhaust manifold or header. That O2 sensor only reads the air/fuel ratio. OBD2 cars have 2 sensors, one that reads the air/fuel ratio and one in the catalytic converter to check if its functioning.mvdelsol said:Oh so obd-1 cars have only one o2 sensor on the exhaust system? Where is this o2 sensor located at?