How to find check engine codes on a 92 Honda accord?
To locate the codes that are stored in the ECM you will need to locate the plug on the passenger side, under the kick panel. Where the passengers right foot would be, down below the glove compartment on the side in front of the door. There will be a plastic kick panel, it matches the interior of the car, just pry that off, as it is only held on by clips. It is a two wire connector, you need to place a jumper wire from one side to the next (a paper clip will work nicely), turn the key to "run" or "on" not start it...then count flashes of the engine light on the dash as mentioned above. Codes remain the same. A long flash equals 10. A short flash equals 1. So if you get 4 long flashes that would equal 40.Three short flashes would equal 3. Four long flashes + three short flashes = code 43. you may have multiple codes stored in the ECM and will repeat themselves over and over, the will be a pause in between codes. Here is a listing of the codes:Code 0 and 11 Electronic Control Module (ECM)Code1 Heated oxygen sensor ACode 2 Oxygen content BCode 3 and 5 Manifold Absolute PressureCode 4 Crank position sensorCode 6 Engine coolant temperatureCode 7 Throttle position sensorCode 8 Top dead center sensorCode 9 No.1 cylinder position sensorCode 10 Intake air temperature sensorCode 12 Exhaust recirculation systemCode 13 Barometric pressure sensorCode 14 Idle air control valve or bad ECMCode 15 Ignition output signalCode 16 Fuel InjectorCode 17 Vehicle speed sensorCode 19 A/T lock-up control solenoidCode 20 Electric load detectorCode 21 V-TEC control solenoidCode 22 V-TEC pressure solenoidCode 23 Knock sensorCode 30 A/T FI signal ACode 30 A/T FI signal BCode 41 Heated oxygen sensor heaterCode 43 Fuel supply systemCode 45 Fuel supply meteringCode 48 Heated oxygen sensorCode 61 Front heated oxygen sensorCode 63 Rear heated oxygen sensorCode 65 Rear heated oxygen sensor heaterCode 67 Catalytic converter systemCode 70 Automatic transaxleCode 71 Misfire detected cylinder 1Code 72 Misfire detected cylinder 2Code 73 Misfire detected cylinder 3Code 74 Misfire detected cylinder 4Code 75 Misfire detected cylinder 5Code 76 Misfire detected cylinder 6Code 80 Exhaust recirculation systemCode 86 Coolant temperatureCode 92 Evaporative emission control system"
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the dealership has the codes also depending on which state your in theres Advace auto parts the have a book that has the codes the port to check the codes is under the dash Read More
Hook up a scan tool or take it to your dealer. Read More
have vehicle scanned to determine the problem and have codes cleared Read More
it's under the glove box [behind] to the far right [blue]. Read More
If the check engine light comes on in a car, it is important to find out why. There is a scanner that can be bought that will tell the person what is wrong, or they can take their car to an auto shop. Read More
go to your local auto parts store and tell them you need codes cleared. Or buy a code grabber and do it yourself. Read More
Where is the OBD connector located in your 1989 Honda Accord to check why your check engine light is on?
in pass.side under dash.blue conecter with 2 wires.use another wire to conect the two.watch light on dash it will flash the codes Read More
With an OBD2 scanner. Most big autoparts stores will do this for free. Read More
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When the light comes on, your car has stored a trouble code. I would have the codes extracted(PEP BOYS/AUTO ZONE) to determine the problem.Sometimes it can be minor, but there can be 30+ different codes. Read More
check with the dealer for the reset codes. Read More
Check engine codes on Honda vehicles such as a 1992 Honda Civic have to be manually reset. To do so, remove the ECU fuse located inside the engine bay. Read More
Why would a 1995 Honda Accord LX 2.0 speedometer quit and the drive light flash and the fuel pump light come on?
If the check engine light is on take it to auto zone and have the codes read. If not, take it to the dealer. Read More
You can go to autozone and have the OBDII scanned for free. They can give you the code(s) that are bad and attempt to tell you which sensor is bad but they may not know. Just check the codes online or go to your local library and pick up a mitchell book and research it Read More
Why did My 2006 Honda Accord engine light come after repeatedly trying to start it it with my self starter in very cold weather?
Have the vehicle scanned for codes. The codes will help determine the why. Read More
You probably have a check engine light on so, start with having the ECM scanned for codes. The codes will help you determine the cause of the idling problem. It could be as simple as a vacuum leak. Your local auto parts store can help you with reading the codes at no cost. Read More
I found this helpful: http://hondaswap.com/reference-materials/88-ecu-error-codes-29109/ Good luck. Read More
How do you check what the check engine light is coming on for a 89 accord. is there a list for the codes?
There are pages and pages of things that can cause a check engine light. You need to have it checked with a scantool. Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired. Read More
Honda-tech has a post on checking the tranny and engine codes. Hope this helps. http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=962851&uid=999378256&dir=1&postid=11122854 This site looks like it's just about right, with pictures and everything :) http://www.dhost.info/accordinfo/howto/cel.html Read More
Go to Auto Zone's web site and type in Engine Trouble Code. They have a list for your vehicle and explains how to. Read More
There are only 6 service codes for the Honda Accord. Never heard of service code 7. Read More
Under the glove box there is a two wire plug, colored blue. If you use a paper clip to connect the two wires then turn the ignition on the check engine light will flash the code(s) Read More
A variety of codes could be set to illuminate the Check Engine light, most likely it is an O2 Sensor code but to be on the safe side have it read. After a few thousand (> 30K) miles it isn't uncommon for the light to come on. My advise, Get it checked. Read More
Right ontop of the starer. you can remove and clean but you probably are going to have to remove intake manifold and clean all the carbon. check engine on my 2000 Honda accord v6 came on. codes read not enough air flow, change egr valve. removed and it really wasnt dirty. Honda tech adviced to clean intake manifold. problem fixed. Read More
To reset the check engine light on a 1994 Honda Civic locate the fuse box in the engine compartment. Find the ECU fuse and pull it off for at least 5 seconds. This will erase all codes on the ECU. Read More
check the codes and see what comes up, that'd be where i start... Read More
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Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem and have codes cleared Read More
Recently you purchased a 1992 Honda Accord LX you have owned it about 2 weeks and the check enging light has come on twice When you check the oil dipstick that light does not stay on Opinion?
Check engine and oil are 2 different things. check engine means that the normal sensor readings are failing somewhere. You will need to either extract the codes for what is wrong, or take it in and have a dealer decode it for you. It's not the oil that is the problem. there is a separate oil light for that. Read More
I have 1999 Honda Accord EX V6 with 167500 miles on it. Recently my Check Engine light is ON is not going away. I tried to reset it by pressing the Odometer reset button but no luck. What should I now?
go to autozone, and have them find out why you have the check engine light on, or you could also disconnect the battery for a few seconds to reset the ECU... but I don't recommend that, go to autozone and have them check your codes. Read More
Too many things to list. Take it to Autozone or some place similar and they will most likely read the computer trouble codes for free and you can have a better idea of where to go from there. Read More
I really do not understand your question. Are you referring to radio codes, or are you referring to OBD codes? Please clarify. Read More
The computer knows The check engine light is telling you that there is something wrong with the engine monitoring system and the only way to shut it off for good is to have the codes read at the dealer or a parts store and repair whatever is wrong. Simply resetting the computer by unhooking the battery for a minute will only make it stop for a while until the computer can analyze the system and… Read More
90-93 accords have a blue two wire jumper under the glove box, read codes from dash led long blink=10 short blink=1 Read More
2 blue connectors under passenger side dash. one has 2 pins one has 3. use a paperclip to connect the terminals in the 2 pin connector together then turn key to run position (don't start engine) observe check engine light for long then short flashes to get trouble codes. found a great site called batauto.com with info on how to retrieve codes and code definitions Read More
Have vehicle scanned to determine problem and stored codes if any Read More
Why is the check engine light on in your 97 Honda civic It is due for an oil change could that be the problem?
The check engine light indicates a problem in the engine controls or emissions system, have the computer codes read and you will know exactly what your car is trying to tell you. Read More
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How do you enter the security codes on a 2003 Honda Accord audio system after the battery has died I have the codes.?
Push the power button on the stereo then enter the code Read More
Try disconnecting battery for about 10 mins. or have vehicle scanned to determine problem and have codes cleared Read More
Enter the code with the preset buttons on the radio. Read More
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The other question had the correct answer you need to have the codes read from your cars computer to determine the problem, Some auto parts stores will do it for free. Read More
It is the Check Engine Light, it means you have had a sensor fault. You should take it somewhere and have the codes dumped. They will tell you what you need. Read More
The check engine light in new model cars can be triggered by a tiny sensor in any part of the engine. The only way to know for sure what the problem that occurred is, would be to take it to get the codes read. Autozone offers this service for free, but their scanners only leave you with vague answers. Unless the car is feeling noticeably different while you have it running it isn't likely a… Read More
The diagnostic port on a 1989 Honda Civic is found in the front of the engine bay. The wire harness will have and extra clip in front of the passenger side of the firewall. This is where a computer can be plugged in to check for codes. Read More