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Engine installation went according to plan, as I wanted.
All body mounts remained native, stock.
There was a modified right engine airbag.
Front Cushion Mercedes124.
The rear support has remained unchanged.
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Re-pinning the J32A scythe, which I encountered.
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Since the engine was with an automatic transmission.
And I have an electronic engine control unit from ACURA CL Type S, 6 speed transmission 2003.
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I had a very scrupulous and long work on re-wiring wires to the computer.
Having reached the crankshaft position sensor, I realized that it will not be so simple here!
WHY ?, yes because - on the engine with a manual gearbox TWO crankshaft sensors are installed and they are different.
The first DPKV is in front on the crankshaft gear.
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The second crankshaft position sensor should be on the manual transmission housing from the acura.
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That is, the reference disk of this sensor is located on the flywheel .
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Accordingly, camshaft sensors are also different.

HOW I WENT OUT OF THIS POSITION.
I had to order kits:
crankshaft sensors plus the front gear of the crankshaft (it’s different),
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camshaft sensors plus gear (similar)
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Second crankshaft position sensor, solution to the problem.
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Having cast all the pros and cons, I decided not to deceive much physics, geometry, namely:
made on the coordinate machine a small copy of the reference disk, with observance of all degrees and sizes of proto-modulators (there are 12 of them).
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I installed the reference disk on the front crankshaft pulley and made a fixing ear under the crankshaft position sensor.
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Installation
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I am sure that this will work :)
 

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Second crankshaft position sensor, solution to the problem.
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Having cast all the pros and cons, I decided not to deceive much physics, geometry, namely:
made on the coordinate machine a small copy of the reference disk, with observance of all degrees and sizes of proto-modulators (there are 12 of them).
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I installed the reference disk on the front crankshaft pulley and made a fixing ear under the crankshaft position sensor.
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Installation
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I am sure that this will work :)
Looks good bro! Looking forward to seeing it done and hope it works out for you!
 

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The first test drive.
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Frankly, I was ready for any outcome, since no one has ever done this config with such a car.
On the road, I was pleasantly surprised, the car behaved as if nothing had happened, as if with it, nothing had been done.
Yes, there was a bass sound from the V6, especially when you carefully press the gas pedal.
The engine did not load much yet, although there were not big provocations on my part, after which the smile on my face did not go away for a long time.
What was discovered with the cons:
not working speedometer (this can be solved)
the tachometer does not work (it will be more difficult here).
On the engine, the diagnosis showed two errors:
p1298 - high voltage ELD
p0141 - HO2S S2 sensor heater (no catalyst)

In general, for the first time, I was satisfied.
 

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I fool the second lambda probe, mechanically.

Engine diagnostics showed that the second lambda swears (does not want to work correctly without a catalyst).
Without hesitation, I decided to make an adapter-spacer.
Looking at the location of the lambda, I understand that I will have to play with this adapter.
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And the whole reason was the small distance between the sensor housing and the thermal protection of the car body, only 15 - 20 millimeters.

Having studied the design of the sensor in my hands, along with the caliper, I understand that not everything is so bad :)
Lambda in hand and went to the turner.
Such a cap was machined from stainless steel onto the lambda shield.
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Inside the cap, a release was made to the side of 0.5 millimeters and an opening of 2 millimeters.
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The finished product was pressed onto the lambda shield and in three places it was seized by argon welding for greater reliability.
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The sensor screwed into place without any problems.
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After starting the engine, it was already clear that this option worked, since the CO became an order of magnitude lower. This was sensible by smell.
By reconnecting the diagnostics, there are no more engine errors.
I was satisfied with the work done!
 
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