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Distributor: B18c1 housing - d15b7 guts no start

1995 integra gsr stock

Obd1 b18c1 housing- shaft- coil- ignitor

Obd1 d15b7 distributor harness with the 3 magnetic sensors.

Everything bolted up and connected, the shaft spins freely.

Cranks but It will not start.

Any ideas? DId i miss something?
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For those curious i kept getting a cel code #9, hence the magnetic sensor swap.
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I had the piece at the end of the shaft on the distributor 180.

Starts but now instead of a code 9 im getting a code 4.

Looks like after all that i have to buy a new/refurbished distributor 👎
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I decided to try and fix the problem (code 4) with one of the old sensors.
Opened up the distributor and replaced just the CKP sensor using solder and shrink wrap.
I succeeded.

But Now i am getting a code 9.
(which is weird because i wasn't when i first swapped the internal distributor Harness)
I then proceeded to check resistance and continuity at the distributor plug and ecu.
Everything checked out good

350-700ohm. - i was reading 370-380ohm at each sensor wire(at dist. plug) and at each pin at the ecu with no continuity.

Made sure each sensor magnetic was as close as possible to the inside shaft. (Idk the clearance, maybe someone knows?)

-Of course ignition timing is correct using via paperclip service conector.
-Reset the ecu when needed each time.
-Checked distributor/ecu plugs for looseness. Made sure its getting contact.
-Used a known working ecu from a running car and still got the code 9.

Car runs great (what i can tell) for 210,xxx miles no bogging, no stuttering, and no misfires.

My next steps
1st - to check mechanical timing
2nd - try to bolt of my civic distributor and see what happens.
3rd - take apart distributor and replace the CYP sensor


This code 9 has been bugging me for awhile so i am open to all ideas!!
Thank you

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If you moved the CKP sensor even a little from the factory location that may be your issue. The sensor positions inside the dizzy are quite precise.

Also, if you used the Civic ICM, you'll probably have issues as it's not the same as the one for the 'teg.

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Turned out to be a bad distributor and ecu (confusing to diagnosis)
This most likely could of been avoided if i had a Scope.

I now have replaced the distributor and had to put in a known good working ECU (p06).
Now No Code!

Does anyone know how to repair a ecu (obd1 p72)?

Or point me to the correct capacitor on the board to replace? (B11 B12 (cyp-+))

Thanks!
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*So it looks like it leads in between the two daughterboards in this pic...






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Id like to fix it if i can.
I cant find any local 0bd1 p72

Just need a HiC1 daughterboard with matching NY1DG part number

Somewhere i can send it to get it fixed maybe has a last resort.

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