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AnalStick

How to check if VVT is working?

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how do i check if my VVT is working its a rb25de neo and i accidentally swapped vacuum hoses around and now the car feels different 

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There are no vacuum lines associated with VVT. It uses angry pixies and compressed slippery.

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How about swapping the hoses back to where they should be?

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19 minutes ago, KiwiRS4T said:

How about swapping the hoses back to where they should be?

Perhaps unsurprisingly, there's already a whole thread on that topic, which should go at least partway to explaining my slightly flip answer.

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6 hours ago, KiwiRS4T said:

How about swapping the hoses back to where they should be?

Well if it isn't obvious they are back where they should be lmao 

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6 hours ago, GTSBoy said:

Perhaps unsurprisingly, there's already a whole thread on that topic, which should go at least partway to explaining my slightly flip answer.

Could you link the thread please 

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2 hours ago, AnalStick said:

Could you link the thread please 

FFS! It's your thread!

 

 

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You could say... He's a bit of an anal stick.

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Remove anal stick from exhaust and car should run much better.

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