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    Vtec pressure switch - code 22?

    I've got a built ls/vtec turbo, and towards the end of this year I kept getting code 22 from my ecu, v-tec pressure switch. We changed out the switch itself, re-checked the ground to make sure it was still connected/together, and even changed out the restrictor in the oil line, and still I kept getting that code.

    I do regualr oil changes, and had no problems all year long until the end of the summer.

    Anyone run into this little problem. It's driving me nuts,and I want to fix it.

    #2
    have you actually dbl checked the wire running from the switch to the ECU? maybe it's slightly broken somewhere

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      #3
      where did you get your pressure switch? i need one also..

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        #4
        honda, u want one for a 94 del sol vtec. thats what i ordered one from for a customers car.

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          #5
          Are you using a JDM ECU?

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            #6
            Originally posted by Archon
            Are you using a JDM ECU?
            Yes, it is. It was from a 94-95 JDM Gs-r. Would this make a difference?

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              #7
              WELL I HAVE A B20 VTEC SQUEEZE ,WITH A OBD0 PR3 ECU N IT WAS WORKIN N IT DOES THE SAME SHIT...CODE 22..I HAVE BEEN TRYIN TO FIX IT BUT SO IF ANY ONE COULD HELP.....ALL THE WIRING IS GOOD I REWIRED IT TWICE......

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                #8
                Originally posted by b20vtecintegra
                WELL I HAVE A B20 VTEC SQUEEZE ,WITH A OBD0 PR3 ECU N IT WAS WORKIN N IT DOES THE SAME SHIT...CODE 22..I HAVE BEEN TRYIN TO FIX IT BUT SO IF ANY ONE COULD HELP.....ALL THE WIRING IS GOOD I REWIRED IT TWICE......
                A lot of people have had this issue. It seems it's a matter of trouble shooting the problem.

                If you are on Honda-Tech, do a search under "vtec pressure switch" or "code 22" and you get pages of people with the same issue. Some have been able to fix it others not.

                I won't find out till spring when the car is out again.

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                  #9
                  easy way around it is get the ecu chiped and disable the vtec oil presure switch. I have the Mugen variant ecu that JDM honda parts sells it a great computer. I got the version that disables vtec oil presure and knock sensor, Rev limiter to 9k even thoe i never go past 8k and removed speed limiter.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by b16da9
                    easy way around it is get the ecu chiped and disable the vtec oil presure switch. I have the Mugen variant ecu that JDM honda parts sells it a great computer. I got the version that disables vtec oil presure and knock sensor, Rev limiter to 9k even thoe i never go past 8k and removed speed limiter.
                    Is there a reason why they disable the vtec press. switch option?

                    I thought about that but wouldn't that be playing with fire? I mean if it's throwing the code, there must be something wrong, and it could be fatal to the motor.

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