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VVTI Problems, HELP PLEASE! #251946 Aug 17, 4:30pm Aug 17, 4:30pm
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VVTI Problems, HELP PLEASE!
Well, i feel kinda dumb asking this question, but right now my VVTI doesn't want to engage at all when i hit the 6000rpm mark. I can feel it die a little. I imagine that it could be with my spark plugs or distributor cap and rotor. But i'm unsure. I only have 68000 miles on my 2000 GTS and it feels like its getting sluggish, i have changed the oil recently so i know it can't be that. It feels like an electrical problem but i do know it was working about a month ago. Please can someone help me with this ordeal.

Re: VVTI Problems, HELP PLEASE! [Re: crash40burn9] #251947 Aug 17, 4:48pm Aug 17, 4:48pm
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Lift bolts


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Re: VVTI Problems, HELP PLEASE! [Re: eLiTeViEtBoI] #251948 Aug 17, 4:51pm Aug 17, 4:51pm
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yeah you probably have to change ur lift bolt

oh by the way VVTI is for the GT

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Re: VVTI Problems, HELP PLEASE! [Re: eLiTeViEtBoI] #251949 Aug 17, 5:59pm Aug 17, 5:59pm
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Originally Posted by eLiTeViEtBoI
Lift bolts

Re: VVTI Problems, HELP PLEASE! [Re: ikin] #251950 Aug 17, 6:55pm Aug 17, 6:55pm
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had same problem...

Re: VVTI Problems, HELP PLEASE! [Re: crash40burn9] #251951 Aug 17, 8:31pm Aug 17, 8:31pm
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Yep, lift bolts.

And is this happening all of the time, or just sometimes?


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Re: VVTI Problems, HELP PLEASE! [Re: slidr] #251952 Aug 17, 9:36pm Aug 17, 9:36pm
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u mean VVTL-I thumbsup

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