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Old 01-12-2005, 07:58 PM
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I have a obdo, i was thinking of switching to obd1. What do I need to switch? What are all the parts that i need to complete this?
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Old 01-12-2005, 08:03 PM
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OBD1 distributor
OBD1 ECU
OBD0-OBD1 conversion harness

If I were you, I would stick with OBD0 and use TurboEdit, unless you have some other reason for switching to OBD1?
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Old 01-13-2005, 10:51 AM
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OBD1 distributor
OBD1 ECU
OBD0-OBD1 conversion harness

If I were you, I would stick with OBD0 and use TurboEdit, unless you have some other reason for switching to OBD1?
Im running TurboEdit on my 91 teg but once in awhile my engine light goes on. I talked to Xenocron and he said it was my maps(air/fuel ratios) being a little farther off than the ECU would like them to be.
I can't find anyone that could tume my ECU, is there a place where I can tune my own ECU? or can I just buy a wire and a laptop to plug on my ECU and do it myself?
Or what do I need to tune it?
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You can buy a wideband and a burner and tune away.

I'm not sure what you were thinking about doing with switching to OBD1, but you still have to tune that.
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Originally Posted by Dr.Boost
OBD1 distributor
OBD1 ECU
OBD0-OBD1 conversion harness
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hum, what about the 02 sensor, do you need to convert to a 4 wire or still stay with 1 wire ?
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I guess it depends on what ECU you're using. P05=1 wire, P06=4 wire....etc..etc.

You could always disable the o2 heater if you're running Uberdata and run the stock 1 wire o2 with any OBD1 ECU.
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Originally Posted by Dr.Boost
You can buy a wideband and a burner and tune away.

I'm not sure what you were thinking about doing with switching to OBD1, but you still have to tune that.
I know you still have to tuned it, But my friend has a Hondata that he was giving me. He said that it doesn't work for OBDO it has to be OBD1. Thats why I was just wondering what i needed. Thanks for the info, I'll probably just learn how to use the turboedit.
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