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The code is for the VTEC(variable timed exhaust camshaft) oil pressure solenoid. If it is a 4 cylinder engine, the solenoid is located on the back of the cylinder head near the fuel injector rail. Most of the time you can simply clean the screen on the solenoid to cure the problem. Also, too heavy weight of oil can cause the system to malfunction. Make sure to use a 5w30 engine oil,Honda prefers Castrol.
Take your Accord to a competent mechanic and have it diagnosed for stored DTC data which will provide guidance for locating probable trouble causes that can be checked. This is a more practical alternative to replacing parts at random.
The two filters are located below the glove compartment. In order to reach it you need to pry out the lower center console, where the lighter socket is located. This will reveal a couple of hidden screws that hold the plastic underdash right below the glove box. Pry out this plastic trim piece.This in turn will reveal a structural beam that blocks access to both filters, it has only 4 screws. The filter themselves have no screws, just pull them out.
The 2.7 L - V6 engine in a 1996 Honda Accord is : 1 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 3 - 6
The distributor rotor turns COUNTER-CLOCKWISE
The engine cylinders / spark plug locations are numbered :
front of Accord
You PCV will be located on the center, rear engine area. It is just below the intake manifold, between the block and intake manifold. The valve is housed in the vacuum hose that runs halfway into the engine.