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Old 12 May 2010, 08:46 pm
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Default My Vtec is not Connected!!?

ok so i have a honda civic 1.5 4 door with a d16z6 engine.















My engine has v tec but when i looked at my car my v tec oil pressure cable















has nothing to connect to. So i was wondering if i can some add a connection or something















to connect it and have v tec on my honda?? Plz i need help Thnx.
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Old 12 May 2010, 09:01 pm
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Your motor should be a 1.6 litre. If you floor it, at 4800 rpm does the motor sound different? Like it's suddenly making more power and is a little louder? If so then Vtec is working. Otherwise, you'll need to find a wiring diagram and figure out where that plug goes.































Check online forums for your model Honda
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