I tried replacing it with another 7. Then the check engine light came on and won't shut off. I pulled over and checked my fluid — I had plenty of transmission fluid. The top of the fuse box should tell you which fuse this is it is next to the wall of the fuse box on the side next to the battery. I disconnected the battery, and the check engine light turned on. I popped the cap and no coolant. And whats the error code 16 all about? The only way to know for sure is to have the code pulled from the computer.
If you are unsure about what your diagnostic trouble codes mean; have your Accord diagnosed by a professional automotive technician. Were you the last one to drive your car? If the code comes back after you pulled the battery cable there's still a problem. I have recently replaced the O2 sensor and am trying to reset the check engine light but i'm not having any luck. If you go to passanger side kick panel and raise up the carpet u sould see your ecu. The trouble code will remain in the memory until voltage to the ecu is disconnected. When I stopped the car, I felt the car shake and rumble, but it operated fine while driving.
See if any one of them has blown. After driving for a while on the highway, your exhaust can get extremely hot; if you then happen to drive through a deep puddle, it is possible for water to cool the oxygen sensor too quickly and crack the material inside the sensor. Thanks again for your help. Code 43 is a fault with the heated O2 sensor which is only applicable for Federal specifications with D15B8 engines. So my mechanic has not looked at it, or knows what is going on. Do you have excessive humidity in your car caused by a water leak? Meanwhile, videos on you tube kept cropping up.
If you live or work in an area where mice, rats, chipmunks. Watch your check engine light on your cluster. Anyone ever have a problem like this? Yeah, code 9 means your distributor is having problems. Some shops will scan your codes for free. After you have the kick panel off, you will see a black plastic tube holding cables running up along the door frame. I'm a retiree, and don't have money to buy another or get it properly fixed.
The number of short flashes indicates the number in the 1s column. Use an engine diagnostic code scanner to find out what's wrong. Steady Check Engine Light: If your check engine light is on every time you operate your Accord, you need to have it checked as soon as possible, especially if you notice performance problems or unusual noises. This code will tell you what part is being effected. Autozone is one place that will give you the code number. Have you installed any new electronic devices lately, or had them installed by a professional? Thus far my 2019 is a great car and I love it, but I hope I don't have to spend more time at their service department than I have to, Click to expand. I recommend having the Honda dealer check the code and give you an estimate of the cost of the repair.
Vehicles 2000 onwards are fitted with a 16-pin diagnostic behind the centre console on the passenger side. Could a thermostat be the problem? What do you think is the problem? If they're all fine, then you most likely have fried some wires. The codes are listed for Accord or Civic models seperately when required. It's just the bulbs which light up your cluster so you can see how fast your going at night. When the gas pump shuts off automatically, the tank is as full as it needs to be. The wires have been readjusted in such a ghetto way that I need to figure out which ones the mechanic had redone. There is a pause between the different codes that are presented.
Your engine is misfiring and is not burning all the fuel that is going into the cylinder, that's why the light is flashing: it's warning you that there is a damaging problem. And Two Bonus Questions: 1. If this light does not come on, this could mean the main relay has gone bad. Check these out and let me know what you find out. Almost 5 days later ithas came back on. Did you possibly overfill your fuel tank? For example, does it happen when you accelerating, driving on the highway or does it appear at low speeds? My car runs fine, no unusual noises, etc.
Should I take my car to the local mechanic I use or to Honda? Is the car running normally? I recommend checking all of the connections to the transmission, and I mean inspecting each connector closely for any corrosion or damaged pins. Did your car sit for a long period of time without anyone driving it? Otherwise, remove the dash or put a peice of tape over the nasty bugger. And now is on again. Critters can cause all sorts of problems in cars, from horrible smells to chewed wires. Features Google Custom Search This is feature allows you to search the site. After this the first 3 Shorts are gone and it repeats: 3 Short, 9 Short, 4 Long. I took it to have the code diagnostics done.
I think the mechanic disconnected it. The only sure way to shut off that light is to repair whatever made it come on in the first place. I had my emissions inspection and they noticed the check engine light was not lighting up. I looked up the symbol in the manual, and it says something might be wrong with the emissions Is this possibly it? Measure resistance between sensor terminals. Amazon Tracking Pixel Some articles display amazon products as part of the Amazon Affiliate program, this pixel provides traffic statistics for those products.
I removed this panel by getting the panel tip out from underneath the doorframe trim and then getting my hands behind the panel near the clips and pulling it straight out. The radiator cap was not hot so I figured I blew a hose. Car seems to run normally. This may contribute to the fact that the ecu does not throw codes out for me. What is your advice on the engine light issue? If there is light blue fluid leaking I recommend you get that checked first, it's possible you're low on coolant. As for the speed sensor, it is electrical. My mechanic may have retarded or advanced my settings on the distributor by 180° which means that it's out of sequence.