Question about 1995 Honda Accord
Take the V-Tec control solenoid off and the base off the cylinder head then go to the dealership and get the parts that replace the gasket to seal the solenoid and the base module to the engine there is a clogged screen for the oil in there and the gaskets are most likely on the verge of leaking anyway. Cleaning this screen gives the 2.2 v tec all the required oil pressure to fix this problem. Most Honda or Acura dealers have these parts in stock yet, there are several different ones per engine family so I suggest that you take the solenoids and base plates with you to match up visually as i have experienced recently with a tuner, they are not all the same. many dealerships have these in stock because it is a common problem. You will see an immediate difference. Although the Honda accord is somewhat less aggressive with the v tec than say a prelude or an acura is. Due to differences in camshaft and cylinder head and intake designs for each car. Accords are typically a family oriented car whereas the prelude and Acura are more the sporty side of the equation.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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