Then unscrew the four screws holding the moudule and disconnect the plug from it and put you new one in and secure it and plug the connecter back in. P 1997 Integra ls auto. A fault code reader is required to retrieve or clear codes via this connector. If the system has more than one problem, the codes will be displayed in sequence, there will be a pause, then the codes will repeat. Place the black multi meter lead on a good ground source. Remove the two bolts holding the brake caliper onto the hub assembly.
Remove the though-bolt on the bottom of the strut where it attaches to the spindle. Install the new p … ads, reassembly the caliper to the hub assembly, properly tighten all bolts. Save yourself allot of time, If you have a very noisy distributor with lots of grinding metallic sounds, replace your distributor. That's all I can tell you. Pull the lower control arm down with the pry bar.
By default it is inserted into a green rubber housing. Line the ball joint up with the hole in the spindle and insert the ball joint. My engine would misfire engine light would come on only when the engine is under strain. You follow these steps at your own risk! The website listed below, under Related Links, provides information on how to iden … tify and change the speed sensor. I changed my distributor with an extra one I had and I still get the same thing.
This setting is mostly a picture if a sound. P 1997 Integra ls auto. Here is the fun part, it is riveted on to the throttle body, and is not int … ended for 'backyard' replacement. If you don't know what it looks like, go to internet and search for Honda parts and shop for speed sensor. Once you locate it, you should intuitively know the few tools you will need to replace it by looking at it. Well i have a 97 accord. Rotate the rotor back and forth to line up the splines and push the axle in as far as possible.
Don't use force until it is heated slightly which will contract the metal and make removal easier before stripping or breaking it necessitating drasti … c measures. Vehicles 2000 onwards are fitted with a 16-pin diagnostic behind the centre console on the passenger side. If resistance is not 800-1500 ohms, replace distributor housing. Look up the part on the internet and some parts sites have a picture of it. Some shops will scan your codes for free. That is a fault with the cylinder position sensor inside the distributor.
With both hands, pull it back about an inch and slam it in with a fast push, and you will feel it snap into the locked position. Hope that helps You can purchase a special socket that allows you to remove the old sensor and tighten the new O2 sensor without having to cut the wires. Refer to the repair manual not owners manual that can be found at local library or bought at auto parts store to see the procedure because some cars you may need a special alignment tool to install the cam sensor, if that is the case on your car then you should probably let someone with auto repair experience do the job. This is my website, a place for me to share my experiences, knowledge and photography. You can easily to change it by using simple tools. Then cut the wires of the old sensor so you can slip a close-ended 22mm wrench over the old sensor.
I hope you enjoy reading my articles as much as I enjoy writing them. Check with pep boys, autozone, etc. Make sure the sensor you buy has anti-seize compound on it usually a grey compound. Turns out I had to wait to receive the part in the mail in order to locate it so don't feel stupid. Where is this sensor located, in the throttle body injection? Measure resistance between distributor sensor terminals No.
If your looking to hookup in a navigation system to your speed sensor then it's under the dashboard on the drivers side. So, it only comes on when I start the car from 6:30 am - 8:30 am. It is used to transfer the power from the transaxle to the front wheels. I leave the house to go to work at around 6:30 am every weekday. If it is anything like the O2 sensor on my 1995 Accord, you need to take off the three bolts that hold the aluminum manifold cover off first. I checked both distributors with a multimeter, checking for continuity and resistance, and both distributors passed.