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Old 02-28-2017, 09:35 PM   #26
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it didnt work with oem oil pressure switch either?
did you adjust the valves? was there everything "ok" inside the head?

are you 200% sure that you have H22A ecus since H23A1-3 have that 6500rpm rev limit and no vtec...
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it didnt work with oem oil pressure switch either?
did you adjust the valves? was there everything "ok" inside the head?

are you 200% sure that you have H22A ecus since H23A1-3 have that 6500rpm rev limit and no vtec...
I did adjusted the valves.Yeah the vtec wasnt working thats why i installed the AEM sensor and gauge to view the oil pressure. It is reading 30 to 35psi idle and it will increase through RPM range to max 75psi. Ecus p13 and p28 chipped with h22 basemap.
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Old 03-01-2017, 03:22 AM   #28
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how about your temp sensors (theres 3 of them) do they work properly?
did you replace all of them or just one? have you used oem sensors?
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how about your temp sensors (theres 3 of them) do they work properly?
did you replace all of them or just one? have you used oem sensors?
I replaced the ect sensor under the distributor and the sensor next to it the sending sensor. Where is the third one?
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Thanks a lot buddy. I will replace it this weekend and will give an update.
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but if I remember correctly that has more things to do with fans....

next step could be then to see if valvetrain works perfectly - rockers move how they should etc (unless you checkd that when you adjusted valves)
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