I would appreciate your help. Most likely it is a faulty sensor. For the F23A1 or F23A4 engine, measure resistance between distributor 4P connector terminals No. It is directly in front of the coil pack, about 2 - 3 inches. You mention cables 29 and 30, but in number 30 it does not have cable, in addition you mention in 31 no cable plugged, but mine have a cable plugged in. This is an Automatic Transmission problem. When they malfunction, your car produces more emissions and loses gas mileage and may be the reason your Check Engine Light is on.
It does this so when someone steals your radio they can't use it, not that it works that well cause you can just call in the serial number on the radio and get the 5 digit code. Reconnect the distributor 4P connector. I have the same P1381 issue recently in my Honda Accord 2000. Check for poor connections at the ignition spark plug wires. Next planning to replace distributor cap. Check the coils o the sensors. For the F23A5 engine, check for continuity between body ground and the distributor connector terminals No.
While driving on the road, I noticed the Check Engine Light activated. Most of the time it drives well but the idle seems to be slower than it was and every so often it will cut out at low revs. Have sensors tested and replace as necessary. Alternator reacts well to an increase in load. I have a major idling problem, soon as the engine management light comes on the car starts stalling everytime i slow down.
The wire to this sensor is usually yellow. Could you let me know which mechanic sorted your car out so I can do the same????? I think this part comes with the distributor. If you have tried many times to enter the code the radio may have locked up and will not then accept the correct code. I am wondering if there are more problems with the electrical system. Stand on driver's side of engine.
Why I have another set of color in the wires. Verify distrbuter cap and rotor are in good condition and no evidence of arcing or debris exists inside the distributer. It is possible that somebody changed, but when I bought the car it was working good, I do not understand now. Replacements are not available without the purchase of a distributer. I am using a p28 ecu with a obd2a to obd1 conversion harness with hondata s300.
Also I put my scanner to read resistance between 29 and 31 and it does not have anything. Autozone recommends checking the thermostat and coolant levels. Sounds like there may be some hope after all! In no way does cicentre. The Vtec oil pressure and soleniod connectors are unplugged and the knock sensor was broken due to the wiring harness. Wheel alignment, tyre pressures and binding brakes can also be factors. Looks like the time in the engine is not working right.
Stay away from chain transmission repair shops. Connection should not be lost if the wire is moved around. It is actually below the oil filter and directly next to the oil pressure switch. Easy fix for someone who knows their way around a socket wrench. I ended up drilling two holes in it and pulling it with a small needle-nosed vice grip.
Perhaps you swapped something incorrectly or crossed a wire wrong. Reconnect the distributor 4P connector. I was reading over the site the possible cause of this. Feb 20, 2017 The 1998 Accord 3. If all checks are found to be ok and the accurately checked consumption is still too high further checks will be needed. According to at least one member of the Honda-Acura. Rather than ignoring the problem, I pulled over and shorted my Service Pin wire harness with a wire that I had wrapped around the cable to keep handy for days like this.