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Old 07-13-2005, 04:50 PM
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Default ODBO OBB1

WHAT IS THE ODBO STAND FOR AND I HAVE A 1.5 91 DX WHAT IS MINE HELP
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91 is OBDO
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ok what is odbo do i want odb1
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depends because sometimes it doesnt matter its really complicated but obd problems are usually concerned when swapping.
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ok first off obd stands for ON BOARD engine DIAGNOSTICS..... then that you put 0 or 1 or 2 beside the obd. O is like our car the crx they are obdO... obd1's are like 90's civics... obd2's are like newer 2000's hondas make sense. and anyone correct me if i got something wrong
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Old 11-22-2005, 04:45 PM
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obd 0 is 91-older
obd 1 is 92-92
obd2 is 96-newer and there is an obd2a and an obd2b depending on what year/model/state
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Default RE: ODBO OBB1

^^^

To correct, OBD-I is 92-95
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