How do you test a Honda VTEC solenoid?

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  • Amar Ieqa
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    One lead to the center pin there and then just ground it to the body. And in this case I'm gettingMoreOne lead to the center pin there and then just ground it to the body. And in this case I'm getting 15. And again if you can see that so it should be between 14. And 30 so if your VTEC should be good.

    How do you test a Honda VTEC solenoid?

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    Part of a video titled How To: Replace a Camshaft Position Sensor - YouTube
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