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I have a 98 Honda Accord vtech 4 cylinder and the check engine light is on I took it to part store and go them to see why it was on and they said it was the vvt solenoid so I changed it and it is still on and someone told me that if the oil level was low it could trick that solenoid so I changed it and it is still on can anything else trick it

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You need to read the ECU again and find out what code it is setting. This will tel you what needs to be addressed.

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i would check the oil plug screw seal first before i would do the valve solenoid/pressure switch. also, if the oil plug screw seal is fine and tightly screwed in, it may just be the switch seal itself.

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