And the codes set immediately after the start. Also, engine vibration could work something loose. This information is used by the Electronic Control Module to control ignition and fuel injection. Make sure the battery is installed correctly and is reading 12. Looking at Stuff Coil 2 primary side. I believe my mechanic replaced the crankshaft sensor a while ago but obviously the car is still experiencing the same intermittent problem hi, hard starting when engine is warm, code P0339,crankshaft sensor replaced but still have same issues when engine is warm.
Unfortunately by the time the car came in the connector was dry. It also has 2 crankshaft sensors, located down at the front of the crankshaft. This code is many a times noticed on Mercedes Benz. True, faulty ignition components can cause misfires. I also have a Kia Cerato 2008 and what happens is that it start normally and after a a few minutes of driving it starts to loose power no mater how much gas i give it.
Feb 16, 2012 Assuming you have the 2. Browse other questions tagged or. I didn't think much of it at first, but then it started blinking. My mechanic thinks that in order to get 2 these sensors that he would have 2 tear appart the bottom of the engine, is this correct? Coil 3 shows the same. The only thing I can think of is that the connector may be loose or the wire to the sensor may have a break.
The currently selected is for the Honda makes. The Crank shaft position sensor is not located in the distributor. Having ruled out actual misfire and seeing no current failure of the crank sensor a different approach is needed. So how about that Crank Position Sensor code? The trouble code and check engine light will clear if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. Evaporative emissions systems test for a leak in the fuel tank and associated hoses. The limited research I've done shows that at idle, the spark is still advanced, not retarded. At least open a window on your way to the shop.
Generally a ground can have some voltage drop, but I like to see 0. Since P0339 refers to a circuit problem, we can focus our attention on electrical problems, but we still cannot rule out the sensor or reluctor ring. Intermittent codes can be a pain to diagnose, because they are intermittent. Next question is the a 4 or 6 cyl. My 1996 Honda accord threw a code for crank shaft sensor last year i refused to fix it, now it throws a code for camshaft sensor and my carmd suggests that I replace the distributor. The changing gap causes the magnetic field near the sensor to change.
It is located at the oil pump. If your spark plugs look good, problems with your ignition system can also preventing a spark. The list of automotive Makes at the right edge of the screen. The error code in this case is P1533. I've come here occasionally for tips in the past. And where is both the crankshaft and the camshaft sensor? I want to replace all this myself. The tech could not set the fault code throughout the day driving and restarting the vehicle.
Even for pay professional level sites sometimes fail to have all the bulletins. One of our regulars called in with a rough idle on a Honda. On Monday, at 20mph, the car juddered — did not lose power so I drove through it. If the oxygen in the exhaust gas increases, the air-fuel ratio becomes Lean. Looks like most Hondas of this era 8 seconds after start. The ground lifted less than 0. My next move is to check and replace battery, repair any voltage loss to starter as needed to resolve the slow cranking problem.
Some days we help shops deal with the most challenging diagnostics, other days we are a wall to bounce ideas off, no matter what we are here to add value to your shop and save you time. Spark plugs typically need to be replaced every season or 25 hours of use. Great forum and great people! You should be able to see it clearly without removing anything. Jumps a 30kV gap looks blue enough to rule out a secondary issue. Some minor oil varnish around the ceramic. When back to shop start reading everything on Google.