2000 Honda Accord L4 MIL Comes On With DTC P1149

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 28-01-2011

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SYMPTOM The MIL is on, and DTC P1149 (air/fuel ratio sensor range/performance problem) is set. PROBABLE CAUSE Under certain driving conditions, the ECM/PCM sets a false DTC P1149. CORRECTIVE ACTION Replace the ECM/PCM. PARTS INFORMATION DIAGNOSIS Connect the PGM Tester to the vehicle’s DLC (data link connector), and check for DTCs. • If DTC P1149 is stored, go to REPAIR PROCEDURE. • If another DTC is stored, go to the appropriate troubleshooting procedure in the service manual. REPAIR PROCEDURE Replace the ECM/PCM with the appropriate part listed under PARTS INFORMATION. For replacement information, see How to Remove the ECM/PCM for Testing on page 11-4 of the 1998–01 Accord Service

1998 Honda Passport Erasing ABS Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs)

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 13-10-2010

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To erase anti-lock brake system (ABS) DTCs on 1998 Passports without the PGM Tester, use the procedure in this bulletin. The procedure in the 1998 Passport Service Manual is incorrect. NOTE: You can erase ABS DTCs with the PGM Tester when the SN811 software version becomes available. On page 5A-38 of the Service Manual, cross out step 3, “How to erase code,” and write on the page, “See S/B 97-084 for the ABS DTC erasing procedure.” 3. Using the two brown, male connectors from the Connector Test Adapter Kit (T/N J-35616-A), insert one into terminal 4 of the DLC, and the other into terminal 12 of the DLC. Then connect a jumper wire from the kit (any color) between the two connectors. REQUIRED SPECIAL TOOL Connector Test Adapter Kit: TIN J-35616-A ERASING ABS DTCs NOTE: 0 ABS DTCs cannot be erased by disconnecting the battery. Doing this procedure erases a// ABS DTCs (current and stored). 1. Turn the ignition switch OFF (0). 2. Under the driver’s side of the dashboard, locate the 16P DLC (data link connector). / JUMPERWIRE and CONNECl \ 4. Turn the ignition switch ON (II). (The ABS indicator light flashes the DTCs.) Let the light flash on and off at least once. 5. Using your hand, press the brake pedal until you hear the solenoid click, then release the pedal. Do this eight times within 3 seconds. 6. After you