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  1. #13
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    I will take some pics of it all when i get some time, i swear its not there, i have pulled my glove box out and the cover off and everything.

    thanks anyways

  2. #14
    Green block gangster Array
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    sometimes they are hard to see as they blend in with the wiring loom well.

  3. #15
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    Great DIY

    Awesome work! Well presented, Simple terms, Effective!



    I tried to add to your rep but didn't work... not like you need it anyways LOL






    Cheers Mang!!!
    Johnny B.

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  4. #16
    is Ek1 99 model obdIIa or b, i know Ek1 95-98 is obdIIa

  5. #17
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    Very Nice right-up bro

    Code 21 VTS - VTEC Spool Solenoid

    http://b16a2.kicks-ass.net/diy/pgmfi...fi-code-21.gif

    Two long followed by one short pules

    Now how to fix it as I only get it with e-manage plugged in lol

    Thanks guys

    Luke
    Last edited by Lukezen27; 13-02-2008 at 08:35 PM.
    161.4KW ATW Tuned By TODA
    EG5 JDM B16A SiR-II TURBO

    13.28@106.6mph 2.117 60ft On RE001

  6. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phuong1987 View Post
    is Ek1 99 model obdIIa or b, i know Ek1 95-98 is obdIIa
    EK1 is OBDII but it does not use the standard OBDIIa ot OBDIIb connectors.

  7. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukezen27 View Post
    Very Nice right-up bro

    Code 21 VTS - VTEC Spool Solenoid

    http://b16a2.kicks-ass.net/diy/pgmfi...fi-code-21.gif

    Two long followed by one short pules

    Now how to fix it as I only get it with e-manage plugged in lol

    Thanks guys

    Luke
    can you explain your setup bit more, are you running a standard honda ecu with emanage piggy backed onto it. if so what is the emanage doing to the vtec solenoid. ig you have run a wire from the VTEC sol to the emanage then from the emanage to the VTEC sol then the ECU will not sense the the resistance of the VTEC sol giving you code 21.

  8. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECU-MAN View Post
    can you explain your setup bit more, are you running a standard honda ecu with emanage piggy backed onto it. if so what is the emanage doing to the vtec solenoid. ig you have run a wire from the VTEC sol to the emanage then from the emanage to the VTEC sol then the ECU will not sense the the resistance of the VTEC sol giving you code 21.
    Hey ECU-MAN

    Yeah e-manage into the standard ECU (P28) but I'm using the plug & Play harness (H-3) so all wires should be correct already?
    161.4KW ATW Tuned By TODA
    EG5 JDM B16A SiR-II TURBO

    13.28@106.6mph 2.117 60ft On RE001

  9. #21
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    Thanks so much ECUMAN!!!

    On my 96 EK1 Civic Sedan the plug is green and is located above the ECU (front passenger kick panel).The plug is a soft green plastic and just hangs free.

  10. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukezen27 View Post
    Hey ECU-MAN

    Yeah e-manage into the standard ECU (P28) but I'm using the plug & Play harness (H-3) so all wires should be correct already?
    is the emanage device taking control of VTEC xover point

  11. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECU-MAN View Post
    is the emanage device taking control of VTEC xover point
    I would think so

    That's why I brought the plug & play
    161.4KW ATW Tuned By TODA
    EG5 JDM B16A SiR-II TURBO

    13.28@106.6mph 2.117 60ft On RE001

  12. #24
    Green block gangster Array
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    the ECU looks for the resistance of the VTEC Sol, but since it goes to the emanage and not the VTEC sol there is no resistance so you get a code.

    I can modify you ecu not to look for the VTEC sol but just to assume it is there if you need.

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