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Old 07-22-2011, 02:52 AM
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Re: CEL Codes

I have used this thread SO many times on my car, and this time I figured I would give back to the community. Here is a video of me using these procedures to read off codes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpG3Sazz3GA

Hopefully this is of help to someone.
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Re: CEL Codes

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I have used this thread SO many times on my car, and this time I figured I would give back to the community. Here is a video of me using these procedures to read off codes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpG3Sazz3GA

Hopefully this is of help to someone.
Nice video man! And thanks for the PDF list as well.

This should help a lot of people, including myself, since I have a CEL right now too.
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Old 08-21-2011, 01:14 PM
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Re: CEL Codes

I pulled a p0135 yesterday, I am guessing that is just a bad o2 sensor that needs replaced?

Also pulled p1656, but it is not on this list or shavedaccord's. Anyone seen this?
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Re: CEL Codes

Obd codes states It's for the "automatic transaxle" code Chris
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Re: CEL Codes

Yeah you're right. Something must be up with Rich's harness somewhere, or the ECU. Gonna ask him, thanks Matt.

What about the p0135, sounds like an o2 sensor just needs replaced?
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Re: CEL Codes

How do i know if i have p1456 or p1457 and also does anybody know what abs code 90 and abs code 14 are

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Re: CEL Codes

^there are additional codes in the FAQ.
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Re: CEL Codes

dont know if you wana add this in to the thread or not, some people might find it usefull, but here goes......

P0740 - Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction
P0780 - Shift Malfunction
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Re: CEL Codes

I know this is an old thread but I need to know if this method would work with a chipped p28 and H22 swap. Ive already tryed an obd2 scanner but didnt read the code do to the fact that the p28 is obd1.
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Re: CEL Codes

lol... just got my car back from shop and pulled P0500 VSS Malfunction... I swapped the VSS cause I had a spare (no luck) most likely wiring or plug got messed up when they pulled they swapped trans... ughhh!
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