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Old 03-17-2010, 06:56 AM
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Hey Guys,

I recently did a JDM swap, because my engine blew...

I put a 96 JDM B18B into a 2000 Integra GS...

When I got the car back, it had the Check Engine light on, and the mechanic told me the code was P0135.

I proceeded to change the O2 sensor like he recommended, but it's still throwing the code.

Plus, my car is definitely using more gas, like from 7.5 l/100km to about 9 l/100km mixed driving.

Any ideas?
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Was it the front 02 sensor on the manifold that you changed, because that's what that code is, the primary 02 sensor. Plus did they clear the engine light after you changed the sensor?
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which computer are you using?
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probably just needs to reset the ecu to clear the code
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Was it the front 02 sensor on the manifold that you changed, because that's what that code is, the primary 02 sensor. Plus did they clear the engine light after you changed the sensor?
To be honest I don't know, I bought this one off eBay:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...FP%3AUS%3A1123

I HOPE it was the primary O2 sensor...

Can you tell which one this is?
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which computer are you using?
Don't know, my mechanic has it...
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Originally Posted by irsdb7 View Post
probably just needs to reset the ecu to clear the code

How to do this?

Also - will this explain the drop in gas mileage?
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Originally Posted by indigo81 View Post
To be honest I don't know, I bought this one off eBay:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=290327460434&viewitem= &sspagename=ADME%3AB%3AWNAFP%3AUS%3A1123

I HOPE it was the primary O2 sensor...

Can you tell which one this is?

obd2 uses 2 o2 sensors one before the cat(primary) and one after the cat(secondary) they are both the same only difference is the location of which they are installed..


to reset the ecu access the fuse box under your hood and remove both 15 and 7.5 located on the top lefthand side wait a min or so and put them back and restart the car
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Awesome, will try that and post my results back...
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