Question about 1998 Honda Civic
From Diagonosis got the code that PO 335 and 336.they found that "CRANK circuit missing...distributor signal missing to PCM and lean condition set caused large crack in CAT/Mainfold ASM" Could you please suggest whether it is a major problem or minor?If it is a major how much it will cost..I bought this car just one week before...I am very disappointed and your help is vey much appriciable....Thank You
Hi the crank sensor will cause no spark at the distributer so it may just be the case of replacing the crank sensor the spark will proberley return but the catilistic converter however will have to be replaced its the misfire that is what has cracked the catalistic converter so in short you need the crankshaft sensor and the catalistic converter which are expensive but the one thing about hondas they don,t breakdown that often i live in england so have no idea what it will cost you where you are the thing that is major about this is not the work but the cost secondhand converter will save you money as they only break down due to other parts failing rarely wear out on there own so it would be a safe bet a second hand one will be fine yates210456
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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