The ecu code 17 in the 1988 acura integra is for the VSS (vehicle speed sensor). Hope this helps you.
You can remove the governor on an acura integra by having the ecu chipped.
Well the 1987 Honda crx si ECU is interchangable with the 1987 Integra ECU, plugs rite up
should be under the passenger floor
well i had that problem with my integra, all i did was change the ecu to a single cam si ecu (PM6) or another ls ecu (Pr4) that should fix the problem
WHY MY ECU 15AMP FUSE BLOWS EVERYTIME I START MY 97 ACURA INTEGRA
A supercharger, advance the ignition timing, reset the ECU, use high octane gas.
On every honda/acura i have ever worked on its always under the passenger side floor mat. Its a metallic looking box some are silver or bronze.
i assume u mean will acura integra parts fit on a honda civic...generally yes, sometimes with modifications and or other part changes, my son has replaced his base civic engine with a gsr engine, it lead into many other changes such as axles, motor mounts, ecu, etc.
An ecu for this car would cost about $120
On most honda/acura the ecu is always under the passenger side mat under the glove box, its going to be on the left side near the center console. If its not there its been relocated and then it could be placed in the same place just on the driver side kick panel.
The IAT sensor, or intake air temperature sensor, is located on the tubing the of intake on a 1991 Acura Integra. This sensor reports the temperature of air coming into the engine directly to the ECU.
Acura carries both a crank sensor and some also carry cams sensors which generates current to coil which then distributes power to sparks. Happy to help Greg T
If I understand the question correctly, you're wondering what cars the '87 Integra engine will fit in. The only car I know for a fact that it will fit with modifications to wiring and ECU would be the Honda CRX, I'm unsure of the years but it shouldn't be too hard to find. If you're wondering what engines will fit in the '87 Integra, there aren't many alternatives. There's the '88-'89 Integra engines, those have an extra 5 horses over the '86-'87 engines but you will have to redo wiring and get a new ECU. A better choice would be the JDM Browntop Integra ZC. A direct swap with no modification required and has around 30 more horses than the stock engine.
General VSS answerThis is for 90's integras & up but it will give you a good understanding on the general flaws in the Integras. goto http://techauto.awardspace.com/vss.HTMLthere are other good links there about the main relay and other things.
I had the same thing happen on my '87. It started after the windshield was replaced & something wasn't done right there that let water in at the bottom of it.
passenger side next to center console
It is the error for the barometric pressure switch and it is located inside the ECU requiring the ECU to be replaced. Most of the time it is a bad MAP sensor that is causing this issue.
under the passenger seat pull the carpet up u will see the ecu cover you will have to take the 4 nut off then unplug the ecu and pull it out and change.
im goin through the same thing with a 92 civic.......may be the ECU, ECU FUSE, BAD GROUND FOR THE ECU....THATS WHAT IM GETTIN FROM ALL SORCES.....
Lift the carpet on the passenger front area and the ECU is mounted underneath it with four bolts onto a metal bracket.
no, the legend has a v6 and the other ecu would be for a 4 cylinder, go to a salvage yard and buy a used 1 for about 45 dollars
Im not 100% sure but on most honda's and Acura's it is on the passengers side on the floorboard under the carpet. It will be covered in a thick metal case for obvious reasons. hope this is a help.
On the passenger side-Under the ECU cover.. On he
you have to reset your ecu. disconect the battery of take out ecu fuse for a couple sec then code should be cleared