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Your vehicle would not have the capacity to operate the VVT..
 

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The VVT is controlled by the ECU, if your vehicle was not supplied with a VVT you would not have the harness not the required ECU
 

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You can work out where you need it and momentarily drive the solenoid one way or the other to set the cam to fully advanced or fully retarded. Once set it will remain in that position as the engine oil pressure will keep it there.

As Philip says, you won't have the wiring loom or the correct engine ecm to run the vvt fitted motor.as yours was designed for the non vvt motor
 

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Thanks Dears for your comments,
If i replace Suzuki liana engine with ECU for VVT M16A engine .
Which would be better if the changed?
 

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You are asking fir trouble as the engine ecu is coded to the other ecm's in the car, such as the bcm tcm abs, and srs modules. You will need a scan tool capable of coding the new engine ecm.

You will also find your wiring loom us not compatible with the vvt ecm as they are different in several respects

Easier to ignore the vvt and swap the appropriate sensors off the old engine onto your new one and retain your existing ecm
 
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