Question about 2004 Honda Civic
I have a Honda Civic Hybrid 2004 and my check engine light came on and stayed on for a day. I had the codes pulled and reset and it came back as a 1600 and a 1433. The check engine light came back on yesterday all day and then today when I got in my car for lunch it was not on anymore. I called the Honda Dealer to find out if it was a problem and he said he didn't know and I would need to bring it in. I want to have an idea of how much its going to cost before I take it in. Its going to cost be $125 just to run the diagnostic on there. There have been no adverse affects on my car's driving. Any clues or thoughts were I can get a better understanding of the codes? At Autozone it said for P1600 it is "Loss of Kam Power; Open Circuit". The P1433 code said A/C refrigerant temp. circuit low.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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