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  1. Sooo I have a 2007 crv I cracked my oil pan lol therefore had to change it. After everything is all put back together now the vsa light comes on a mile down the road and loss of about 90% power. No sensors or anything were involved in this so I'm at a loss. Another thing because I've yet to see one this crv is going to be built to the hilt lol I plan on building the bottom end and swapping the head with a k20 head and making lots of power lol and doing the conversion to manual. CAN VSA BE PERMANENTLY REMOVED?!?!?!?!?!?!!
 

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I wouldn't waste money on "building" what is basically a passenger vehicle. It's no hot rod and it's not an off-road vehicle, and was meant to be neither. Rip out all your ABS sensors and live with the constantly illuminated lights on the dash, I guess? I'm not in the habit of removing anything safety-related so I can't help beyond that.
 
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