IMPORTANT - This ECU MUST be used with a separate automatic transmission control unit (TCU/TCM). This ECU is designed to allow full communication between the chipped OBD1 ECU and the TCU, resulting in a great solution for those wanting to run a chipped ECU in their automatic transmission vehicle.
Will NOT work on vehicles with a D series auto transmission. Only compatible with B,F,H series auto transmissions. You must use a separate transmission control unit that is compatible with your specific transmission.
This ECU is developed to be used with the CROME software for OBD1 Honda/Acura applications.
ECU Casing Option: We have two ECU case options for you to choose from:
- Standard Case: This is the standard bead-blasted casing. This is a clean, like-new finish to the standard ECU casing. (see photos)
- Powder Coated Case: This is the new option to have the casing powder coated in our hammertone grey just like the ECU lids! (see photos)
On OBD1 vehicles that have a separate TCU from the factory, this ECU can be plugged right in:
- 90-93 Honda Accord with automatic transmission
- 92-93 Acura Integra with automatic transmission
- 94-95 Acura Integra with automatic transmission
- 92-95 Honda Prelude with automatic transmission
On vehicles that came from the factory with an ECU that controls both engine and transmission, a conversion harness and separate TCU are required.
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When and where do you put in your car specs when ordering this ecu ?
Please provide your vehicle information and engine setup details in the comments box at checkout.
92 accord factory auto. swapping F20b VTEC DOHC with auto. What Ecu do you recommend
You can use this chipped OBD1 AUTO ECU package for your application. The ECU will plug directly into your harness, while your factory TCU controls your transmission. Be sure to install a 2-wire style IACV as the 3-wire style IACV we see on the F20B engines will not work with an OBD1 ECU.
What tcu would i need to use your obd1 ecu in a 2001 auto crv? Currently thinking of going b20z block/b16 head
The TCU we are currently recommending to use would be the P78 TCU here: OBD1 P78 TCU