Trouble Codes › Honda Trouble Codes › Honda OBD Trouble Codes
Full list of OBD I Diagnostic Trouble Codes for your “92 – “95 Honda. If your Check engine light is on you may have a serious problem. Scan your codes and follow the chart to determine what the code means. Some shops will scan your codes for free. Autozone is one place that will give you the code number.
How to pull Honda Codes without a scantool
OK, this is an extremely easy procedure to do yourself without paying the money to have a shop do it for you. I know in the civics, the ECU is down by the right foot of the passenger, other cars, I”m not sure, hopefully someone else can help out with that one, all you have to do is pop off the panel that covers the ecu, I believe there is a big black plastic screw at the top of it that helps hold the panel in place, your ecu should be looking right back at you all you need is a paper clip straighten out the paper clip, then bend it into a “U” shape. on top of your ecu, you”ll see a little blue harness (when i say little, I mean about the side of a chicklets gum). There should be two little slots in that harness, all you have to do is insert one end of the paper clip in each slot, so for those of you that know a thing about electronics, it”ll basically be like your running current from one to the other. then leave that paper clip in there and put your car into the second position, watch your check engine light, it”ll make fast and slow blinks, each slow blink=10, and each fast blink just equals that… Example: 2 slow blinks, one fast blink= 21 then just go to the codes that I posted, and look it up..there ya go.
You are watching: 1995 honda accord check engine light codes
1 O2A – Oxygen sensor #1 2 O2B – Oxygen sensor #2 3 MAP – manifold absolute pressure sensor 4 CKP – crank position sensor 5 MAP – manifold absolute pressure sensor 6 ECT – water temperature sensor 7 TPS – throttle position sensor 8 TDC – top dead center sensor 9 CYP – cylinder sensor 10 IAT – intake air temperature sensor 12 EGR – exhaust gas re circulation lift valve 13 BARO – atmospheric pressure sensor 14 IAC (EACV) – idle air control valve 15 Ignition output signal 16 Fuel injectors 17 VSS – speed sensor 19 Automatic transmission lockup control valve 20 Electrical load detector 21 VTEC spool solenoid valve 22 VTEC pressure valve 23 Knock sensor 30 Automatic transmission A signal 31 Automatic transmission B signal 36 traction control found on JDM ecu”s 41 Primary oxygen sensor heater 43 Fuel supply system 45 Fuel system too rich or lean 48 LAF – lean air fuel sensor 54 CKF – crank fluctuation sensor 58 TDC sensor #2 61 Primary oxygen sensor 63 Secondary oxygen sensor 65 Secondary oxygen sensor heater 71 random misfire cylinder 1 72 random misfire cylinder 2 73 random misfire cylinder 3 74 random misfire cylinder 4
Serpentine Belt Routing Diagrams Ask a Mechanic Free Insurance Quotes Car Owners Manuals Auto Wiring Diagrams Auto Repair Manuals Auto Repair Estimates Hybrid Cars Nut & Bolt Measuring Charts Mechanic”s Lien Form
Acura Audi BMW Buick Cadillac Chevy Chrysler Datsun Dodge Ford GEO GMC
Air Conditioning TroubleshootingBlown Head GasketBrakesAuto RepairEngine OverheatingEngine Sensors StrutsHub BearingsNo Start DiagnosticsTransmission