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Old 02-09-2009, 08:47 AM   #1
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49 state: VX p07-a00 manual ecu ecm pcm - d15z1

have an engine computer for the 92-95 obd1 honda civic vx with d15z1 engine
p07-a00 stamped on the module (manual transmission)
$$$ make an offer $$$

for those who do not know:
this computer requires the dominant NTK 5.wire L1H1 (or converted L2H2) oxygen sensor...
which helps the civic vx achieve the highest gas mileage
the car will also require to have the correct wiring for this computer
which means it must NOT be a california (federal) civic vx model
all other civics including the vx fed model would require extensive hand-forged wiring to use this computer and the 5.wire oxygen sensor.
plus the other unique modules including the egr valve and egr controller.
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did you ever sell the computer?
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