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H22A Accord

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> BA-BB /CA-CD' started by H22A1Accrd, Sep 1, 2003.

  1. H22A1Accrd

    H22A1Accrd Junior Member

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    I've had the H22 running for a few weeks now, and it runs pretty good. The idle is alittle high and there is a hesatation at 2.5 grand. Also when i open the oil cap with the engine running, air blows out (alot of air). I never saw this with another car and i am not sure if it is normal. I check compression on all the cylinders and it is good. I checked the pcv valve and the breather hoses to the intake and all is well. If anyone knows anything about this i would be grateful for any help.

    PS. The oil pressure sending unit was right underneath the intake manifold on the f22. But they moved it down to underneath the oil filter on the H22 right? I need to make sure i have the correct wires in the right spot. (Which one is the knock sensor and which one is the oil sender unit)
     
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    Accordturbo94 Senior Member

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    Yes knock sensor is above the oil filter! The knock sensor is above!
     
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    Accordturbo94 Senior Member

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    Wow I should have read that before sending it! Oil PSI sensor is under filter... knock sensor is above! :sleep:
     
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    tab Super Moderator

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    There's not a good reason for that. If the PCV valve is working properly, it would let the air out, and block it from coming back it. It's a one way valve leaving your valve cover. Is it possible that you are hearing a vacuum? Air sucking in as you open the cap? :unsure:
     
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