yes it will, but the 95 is obd1 and the 98 is obd2, if you switch the intake manifold and keep the obd2 sensors, you shouldn't get any codes assuming neither engine is vtec, if the 95 is vtec than you just wont use the vtec wires, if the 98 is vtec you will have to hook it up, but the engine will run fine even without the vtec hooked up.
can you swap a 2.2 head for a 2.2 vtec head?Will it match up with the Block?
does this have a vtec engine?
change your main relay
The d16y8 is a vtec motor, I have no idea what vtec-e is.
As far as I know yes.
How do you hook up a tack
get a VCR player and hook up it by the back inputs
vtec system malfunction
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First off, let's talk about what VTEC is NOT. VTEC is NOT "V-tec", "V-TEC", "V-tech", "V-TECH", "VTECH", "V-TEK", "vtech", "vtec", "vortech", "Vtec", or "Vtech". It's CAPITAL VTEC. No dashes, no lower case, no extra letters, no anything other than the correct and only spelling of VTEC. If you cannot respect the technology and simply use the correct spelling, you do not deserve what it gives you.
a vtec head, and a vtec enabled computer
Yes, Honda came out with the VTEC engine in 1989. Not all 1991s have the VTEC engine.
127, although I think some have the vtec cylinoid but don't have vtec
Acura Integra Gsr B18C1 Vtec
They did not hook up.
The standard engine in a 1999 Civic EX is a VTEC engine. It should say VTEC on the valve cover. there is an engine code printed on the block itself if it is a sohc vtec it will read "D16Y8" on the block, plus vtec engines have something called a vtec silenoied located near the distributor. Actually the D16Y8 valve cover does not say VTEC on it.
It is very easy to get a surround sound hook up on the Viewsonic Widescreen TV hook up
no lx has vtec,,, no the only EX had vtec's
Your car is VTEC already.