How do I fix error code P2647?

How do I fix error code P2647?

How do I fix error code P2647?

What repairs can fix the P2647 code?

  1. Adding or changing the engine oil.
  2. Replacing the timing belt or chain as well as other timing components.
  3. Replacing the oil control valve or other variable valve timing components.
  4. Repairing or replacing wiring or connectors that are associated with the variable valve timing system.

What is P2647 code?

OBD-II Code P2647 is defined as a “A” Rocker Arm Actuator System Stuck On. The Rocker Arm Control Solenoid supplies hydraulic pressure to the Variable Timing mechanism. This allows the Variable Timing System to adjust valve timing as needed.

What does a rocker arm oil pressure switch do?

The Rocker arm oil pressure switch is used to verify the oil pressure in the Variable Valve Timing mechanism.

How do you test a VTEC pressure switch?

To test for continuity on the vtec switch, set the meter appropriately (like picture) and touch one lead to each of the two pins on the vtec switch itself. To test for continuity of the vtec circuit in the ECU, you woud touch one lead to each of the pins in the unplugged wiring harness.

Where is oil pressure switch?

engine block
The oil pressure switch is usually located on the engine block, often near the oil filter, and warns the driver whenever the oil pressure gets too low by illuminating a red oil light in the instrument cluster. Some vehicles use an oil pressure gauge in place of, or in addition to, a red oil light.

How do you check the oil pressure switch on a Honda?

In order to test the switch you can connect your multimeter between the pin and the senders body. You should find the switch is closed while the engine is at rest. When the engine is running, the switch should open. As you can see this switch has only one pin, so the switch works between ground and the pin.

How do you diagnose a bad VTEC solenoid?

What are the symptoms of a bad VTEC solenoid? The most likely scenario with a VTEC solenoid failure is when you get a check engine light, and the car will likely go into limp mode, often leaving you fearing the worst.