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Old 03-04-2009, 11:43 PM   #1
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im swapping my single cam for a different one. its a built jdm d15b block with a built z6 head. i need to bypass the crank sensor. how do i do this?
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so your going obd2a to obd1? Just use a obd2a jumper to obd1 and don't plug the crank sensor into anything. Its no problem.

Or if you really wanted to, you could crack open the stock engine and swap it all over. But its not worth it.
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do you mean the obd1-obd2 dizzy plug? if i have that and i just dont need to plug the crank sensor in at all? i was told i have to wire a few wires together.
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by useing the jumper harness it bypasses the pin for the crank fluctuation sensor you can wire it up without the jumper but it will take some patience and homework on the web id just get the jumper and call it a day
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Or just use a JDM ECU... JDM ECU's don't read the crank sensor... gey gey USA haha.
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I tried the bypass trick and it didn't work. Any other ideas or what might be wrong with my car?
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run a obd1 ecu
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I have the same problem how would my car run with out it plug up?
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