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I've never really checked but it wouldn't be anything you could do from generic obd2 you would need a scan tool that could talk to either the cluster computer or whatever other computer. Check your service manual booklet it should tell you what needs to be checked/replaced based on mileage.
P1399 HONDA - Random Cylinder Misfire Detected Source of Information: http://www.autocodes.com/p1399_honda.html Possible causes - Valve clearance out of range - Blocked EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) Passages Tech notes: Adjusting the valves will usually fix this When is the code detected? The control module monitors the crankshaft speed and has ...
If cycling the key doesn't work, pull fuse number 15 in the underdash fuse box and re-insert. Re-enter the radio code. You have 10 tries to do this correctly before you are permanently locked out. Then you will be required to go to a dealer and have the unit reset or replaced.
Inspect the starter. Before extracting the starter make sure that the battery is disconnected. Check that the pinion (red) can move axially on the shaft (blue). Yes, you need to remove the starter. I am sorry, i can't give you exact details about your specific model. In generally you need to disconnect the battery (very important: the starter is ...
Your light switch may be defective. Buy a $15 multimeter (WalMart has them), and perform a continuity test on the switch. This involves setting the multimeter either to a resistance setting (100-1000 ohms should work, most multmeters have this setting) or to a continuity setting (not all mutlimeters have this setting). If you are using a resistance setting, ...
P1456 -small evap leak detected. Very common problem on Honda. I appears to be the O ring on the filler pipe assembly. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wac6F2JUVSo Code P0300 - Causes and Fixes Code P0300 is a code that is generated when your engine has a misfire that is not related to only one cylinder. Sometimes this code will be set in addition to ...
Since I can't add images in a comment I had to add as an answer. Apparently Honda called the valve in question a two way valve.
recall issue this is best for honda to address.
No, you didn't break the laws of physics. In fact, you confirmed them. If you "refilled" the refrigerant in the system from cans without pulling a very strong vacuum, you still have regular air in the system, and it will not cool. You are also subjecting the internal components to moisture, and that's bad. AC refrigeration emptying and refilling is not a ...
If the "gauge gets back to zero" at any time, on either the low or high side, you have a leak. Perhaps a very large one. The gauge should never read zero, unless ALL the refrgerant has leaked out. When you discharged the high side, are you certain the schrader valve core in the port re-seated? Or that debris hasn't ended up under the conical seal, ...
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