You don't. Timing is adjusted totally automatically by your ECU.
It's on the front passenger floor board....Disconnect Negative battery terminal. Remove the carpet from the top. Remove the ECU cover. Remove the ECU retaing screws. Disconnect the connector and pull out the ECU..........Installation in reverse.....
first disconnect the battery from the vehicle. next take plastic cover off from the passenger side floor board. next loosen the bolt on the plug connected to the ecu. next pull the ecu from the compartment.
There is no ECU reset button.
ecu is in the centre console behind the stereo
You will, not only have to replace the transmission as well as the center console inside the car, but also the rear gear box (differential) because the automatic and manual have different gear ratios. You will also need to replace the ecu.
If you have a fuel injected then yes
It is behind the battery.
near the back of the engine bay, it says in bold lettering ECU 3000
The ECU on 1988-1991 Honda CRX cars is located under the carpet at the passenger's feet. Four bolts hold a metal panel covering the ECU.
You bring it to a mechanic..
replace ECU with identical ECU
under the center console
Behind the Glove box. Behind the glove box.
pull gove box out look behind it and its there on the top left of the heater blowers
Rain tray, driver's side.
No, that is for OBD2 cars.
The ECU part for this car runs $150 to $300. To replace it, it can run the cost up another $100 to $200 if a person does the replacement at a shop.
the ecu should be under the carpet on the passenger side. unplug the old one and plug in the new!
I Have a 1991 3000gt Sl and the ECU Is located Behind the radio and can accessed by removing the side carpet panals for your gear shifter.
no. must be the same. you may be able to get away with OBD0 (zero)
behind the radio across the back of the center console
Yes, the computer is required to run the engine.
It only comes as one whole unit. and yes you will need to replace it as one