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Has Anybody Hooked Up A Vtec Controller In The 6th Gen 4cylinder If So Can I Get Some Kind Of Wiring Diagram
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http://www.6thgenaccord.com/forums/s...ead.php?t=1524

Read that. If it's not a VAFC, it will throw a CEL. BTW, this isn't the forum to ask questions in.
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Do you have a haynes manual??? If not, I'd really think about investing in one. Not only for this project, but others as well. I know it's helped/saved me a couple of times. I'll try to find the ECU pin out, I know it's been posted before but just not on here.
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