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#1 Lazer

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Posted 02 May 2006 - 05:17 AM

I have an 92 2l turbo legacy engine (ej20t) without ecu/wiring harness

Is it possible to use wiring harness and ecu from an ej22?? If so do I have to modify the harness?


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#2 Dr. RX

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Posted 02 May 2006 - 08:13 AM

I have an 92 2l turbo legacy engine (ej20t) without ecu/wiring harness

Is it possible to use wiring harness and ecu from an ej22?? If so do I have to modify the harness?
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I did something similar, I help a friend put an EJ20G into his Legacy Turbo. We only needed to add two wire to the ECU connector and make a new engine wiring harness for the coil on plug ignition. In you case, you'll need to get a wrirng diagram for both configurations, study them and see where they are the same and where they are different. You could possibly get it to run on a N/A ECU, but it wouldn't run very good. You will need to get an ECU to match the engine.




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