Checking engines codes in 2002 accord?
Many auto parts stores will pull the codes for free and tell you what may be causing the issue. If you want to pull the code yourself they sell code readers for around $100. You need an OBD2 code reader.
The correct term is interference engine. All Honda vehicles built up to 2002 are interference engines. All V6 engines are interference engines no matter the year. Starting in 2003 & up the Accord 4 cylinder is NOT an interference engine. Starting in 2005 & up the 4 cylinder Civic is NOT and interference engine.
no. If you are unsure if you motor is an interference motor, call a parts store... have them look up the timing belt and look at the application description. if it's for an interference motor, it will generally say "interference" in the description. I'm not sure if that is a 100% way to know, but from my time working for CSK it was a pretty reliable way to check. at least for Hondas. All Honda…
I'm not exactly sure about the 136 and 141 codes, but the 171 and 174 are symptomatic of a known problem with Windstar 3.8 litre engines. Those codes combined with rough idle are prime indicators of a leaking upper intake manifold involving worn out "isolator bolts". See "Related Questions" below for more