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93 accord motor swap HELP!

This is for my hubby he has all the details but I have some. We have a 93 manual transmission accord. We are going from OBD1 to OBD2 vetch. Needs some info on the wiring. We have wiring harness, the motor is in and all we need is a couple parts and we are stuck at that point. The fuse and wiring converter for the motors. If someone would be willing shoot him and email that would be helpful. . Thanks buchies.


OK here's the more detailed info on it:
93 HONDA ACCORD had a single f22a going with a 97 prelude h22a4 with a h22a head. I have the whole wiring harness computer and setup for the h22. I have the jumper from the obd1 to the obd2. needing to figure out how to rig the Vtec. Any suggestions??????

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