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Re: OBD I and OBD II Question... (archive)

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Posted by Tom P on June 24, 2000 at 22:18:49:

In Reply to: OBD I and OBD II Question... posted by nt on June 24, 2000 at 19:42:31:

i just had the conversion done 2 weeks ago,but i
havent had my car back since because of a missing
sensor in my transmission that wont allow the car
to restart when the car is up to temp.anyway going
from obd2 to obd1 is a pretty big step and it is
almost impossible to reverse the change once the
job is complete.it requires a new DME,complete
wiring harness,almost all new sensors,intake
manifold,valve cover,the headers need to be welded
up ,and a bunch of other small things.it's worth
it if you can get the parts for a good price and
can find a tech who has done it b4.if you live
on the east coast ,ERT has someone there who can
help you or do the procedure.might cost you a few
grand to have it done,but if you're going to do a
forced induction system the conversion will allow
you to get the hp you really want.


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