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Old 04-01-2004, 05:35 PM   #1
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Today my buddy came over and hes wanted to hear what my exhaust sounded like.

Anyways it was very damp out and the motor was cold, it was a bit above freezing, and i reved my cold engine to 6k, when i let off it dropped down bogged then died.

After 2 minutes of sitting it runs fine but im getting a code.
Its a obd1 P28 Ecu, it goes blink......blink......blink..blink. 2 long blinks then 2 short ones.

Anyone know what this means so i can fix whatever it is?

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Old 04-01-2004, 05:46 PM   #2
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first i would try and reset the ecu and see if you still get that code

variable vavle timing and valve lift electronic control pressure switch( vtec pressure switch)
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yeah ill go try that, i dont see why that would come one... geeze.

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she fix, reset it .

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i have a obd1 h22a p13 ecu and i swap the h22a obd1 in my 1992 honda accord ex wagon what wire do i have to conect to hook up the vtek is it the vtek solenoid and the knock senssor duzz eny one know what i need to do
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