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    901 LS into a 93 LS >.. wiring is way different?

    My dad just called and said he was looking at our planned swap (timing belt etc coming tuesday) and he says a lot of the connectors are way different -- round vs oblong, etc... is this true?

    #2
    the 90 is OBD-0, the 93 is OBD-1. connectors for some stuff is different. read the motor swap guide in the teg tips - will explain OBD stuff.

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      #3
      you need to use your 90-91 dist. and injectors..everything else should be ok

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        #4
        Originally posted by pleather
        you need to use your 90-91 dist. and injectors..everything else should be ok
        then u would need the 90-91 resisterbox

        since its 90-91 engine to 93 car
        try to use 93 injectors/distruator ...
        wiring should match up

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          #5
          ok, which ECU? The 93 auto or the 91 stick?

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            #6
            you will need to use the 93 obd1 auto, are you doing auto/manual conversion also?. Buy intake manifold gasket and install 93 intake manifold onto 90 block, you do not need to use your 90 injectors or distributor [just give them to me j/k]. The engine harness might also need to be swapped to plug in the distributor and such [obd1]. One last thing is sensors, plug them all back in while the motor is out, belive me it is a pain to do this while the motor is installed as you could imagine. I am close I could help.

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              #7
              Originally posted by revhighschoolin
              you will need to use the 93 obd1 auto, are you doing auto/manual conversion also?. Buy intake manifold gasket and install 93 intake manifold onto 90 block, you do not need to use your 90 injectors or distributor [just give them to me j/k]. The engine harness might also need to be swapped to plug in the distributor and such [obd1]. One last thing is sensors, plug them all back in while the motor is out, belive me it is a pain to do this while the motor is installed as you could imagine. I am close I could help.

              right on, that'll help a lot. The stuff I don't use I can use to put my rebuilt 93 into my brother's 91, right? The opposite parts (IM, harness, inj/distributer) ?

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                #8
                not if you give them to me.

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                  #9
                  yo, hit me up on aim ( irresponsibleOT ) about that underdash wiring harness

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                    #10
                    no aim!? email me and I can email you with my number. Thanks

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                      #11
                      [email protected]

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                        #12
                        [email protected]

                        woops

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by revhighschoolin

                          YGM homie

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                            #14
                            It sounds like you're putting a '90/'91 engine into a '93...

                            If you're in CA, you may not be able to pass smog -- I think you can only put in engines newer than your chasis. Just something to look into before you do the swap.

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                              #15
                              that's what i thought too, but now i'm told as long as the motor was still offered in your year you're ok -- so i could put it in a '98 even

                              but that would be even worse

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