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ls vtec issues please help

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Rjs4490, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. Rjs4490

    Rjs4490 New Member

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    1st problem : At sometimes my car has no throttle response..TPS sensor??what should i do?

    2nd problem : Car does not always have v-tec...Pressure Switch??what should i do?

    The car throws 3 codes..1, 7, ans 22

    1 = o2 sen

    7 = TPS sen

    22 = V-tec Pressure sen

    I just need some advice on this rather than go out buyin a tps sensor, pressure switch ect..

    Description of my car:

    93 honda civic vx hatch
    built lsvtec
    95 b18b1 block
    oem honda pr3 b16 pistons 11:5.1 comp.
    oem honda piston rings
    arp rod bolts
    oem honda crank and rod bearings
    type r oil pump
    gsr water pump
    gsr timing belt
    oem honda headgasket.
    hondata intake mani gasket
    p30 b16 intake manifold
    dc sports race header with 2.5 inch collector
    2.5 inch exhaust with 2.5" vibrant muffler
    golden eagle lsvtec kit
    99 b16 head
    supertech valve springs and retainers
    gsr cams
    gsr trans with act clutch
    chipped p28 ecu
     
  2. intenseneal

    intenseneal New Member

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    You need to trouble shoot the codes to eliminate and find what is causing th codes. A Honda/Acura service manual will have all the steps to do the trouble shooting.
     
  3. Matts96HB

    Matts96HB . Moderator VIP

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    You said VTEC does not always work, so when does it?

    As for the o2 sensor, is it an OEM sensor?

    The TPS has got to be some sort of a wiring mixup because you are running an OBD2 head with an OBD1 ECU, I'll do some research and see what I can find.
     
  4. Dark93DX

    Dark93DX New Member

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    every sensor has a test procedure, you say you have have a chipped P28, have you thought about getting it tuned properly?
     
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