Question about 2001 Honda Civic
I'm attempting to post this solution on the board. I took my Civic to a repair shop known for solving electrical problems. They checked the electrical system and diagnosed the problem as a faulty "multiplex control unit" (or maybe they called it a "multiplex processor"). This is basically a small greyish box about the size of a really fat paperback book that's located underneath the steering column. It acts as a computer of sorts...kindof like an electrical switchboard, from what I understand.
Good news is that replacing the multiplex unit correctly solved the problem. Bad news is that it cost me around $600.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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