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Dec 23, 9:57am - #357295 
P1349 and P1656!

Hey guys I put in my hondata ontake manifold gasket and I'm throwing those 2 codes. I think they involve my lift mechanism because the car runs fine, but life won't engage and my fuel cut-off dropped to 7. Does anyone have anyideas what to do?


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Dec 23, 10:31am - #357296 
...HER U GO...

#1 P1349 = VVT SYSTEM MALFUNCTION

#2 P1656 = OCV CIRCUIT MALFUNCTION



THERE U GO DAWG...UM NOT REALLY SURE OCV STANDS FOR, BUT THERE ARE MEANING OF THE CODES...GOOD LUCK!!!!


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Dec 23, 10:32am - #357297 
you put what on your car!!!!!????? a honda gasket on your Intake manifold??????

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Dec 23, 10:42am - #357298 
yea, they sell one for the celica, bad thing is its a 1/4 of an inch thicker than stock, I think I may have just forgot to plug something in


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Dec 23, 10:52am - #357299 
yeah...you probably forgot to plug something back up or something...the VVT malfunction usually comes on if one of the hoses related to your Intake isn't plugged back into the right position

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Dec 23, 11:18am - #357300 
anyone in the GA area who is mechanically inclined to toyota engines, like lets say a toyota mechanic that can help me out?


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Dec 23, 12:13pm - #357301 
I could look at your engine bay and hoses it you want to make sure everything is connected right...it couldn't hurt anyway

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Dec 23, 1:04pm - #357302 
Originally Posted by celicajonz
...HER U GO...

#1 P1349 = VVT SYSTEM MALFUNCTION

#2 P1656 = OCV CIRCUIT MALFUNCTION



THERE U GO DAWG...UM NOT REALLY SURE OCV STANDS FOR, BUT THERE ARE MEANING OF THE CODES...GOOD LUCK!!!!


OCV = Oil Control Valve, this actuates the variable timing functions on the 1ZZ and 2ZZ engines, as well as variable lift on the 2ZZ


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Dec 23, 9:15pm - #357303 
Problem solve I forgot to hook up the OCV sensor to the timing chain housing, I'll have to drive around a little more to be able to give a review and I have enough pictures to make an install guide, if I'm in the mood.


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Dec 24, 10:19am - #357304 
i've been wondering about that, how hard was it to install it? how long did it take you?


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Dec 24, 8:35pm - #357305 
Its a semi-PITA. You'll be 4 bolts extra if you do it, due to hondata's retarded design. Stock gasket is less than a milimeter, Hondata gasket is 1/4 of an inch. You'll see when you put everytyhing back on. Just make sure that you keep track of everything you take apart. I can deffinately feel the gain on the highway, It has better acceleration due to the low temp of the Intake mani. after about an hour of driving the manifold was warm to the touch. Its worth it if you make some adjustments to put those bolts in, which I haven't done yet, but will soon. It scares me w/ those bolts out


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