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H22A promblems

Discussion in 'Prelude' started by slammed95lude, Sep 5, 2006.

  1. slammed95lude

    slammed95lude New Member

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    I just swapped my H22A into my lude, I can hit V-tec for a little bit and then it cuts out and my oil light will flash at low rpm's and come on and off while at idle. It also sounds a little awkward.

    * Oil light flashes while driving
    *Oil light is on at idle and car dies
    * Trans feels weird like a whiring sound and you can feel it in the clutch
    *No cooling fan...will not come on
    Ho2s is my code....I can fix that
    *car seems like it is bogging
     
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    reikoshea HS Troll...And Mod Moderator VIP

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    check the oil pan for dents. if the low oil light comes on vtec will not engage.
     
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    slammed95lude New Member

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    Sorry about the double post
     
  4. TeamUrbanChaos

    TeamUrbanChaos Certified H22 Super-tech

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    sounds like your having either oil pressure problems or your oil pump is bad...in order for VTEC to work you need to maintain over a specific PSI of Oil, if not the VTEC will cut off and the CEL will kick on.

    or...your oil could just be low.
     
  5. slammed95lude

    slammed95lude New Member

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    I found out my buddy that was putting in the battery ground out the power while tightening it....I replaced those sensers so that only means the wiring or the ......ecu.
     
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