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Have replaced plugs looked clean in good working order where do i go from here and what should i do if a new cat on the exhaust and new cam sensor don't fix it
Hi Alvin, Take a good look at the engine both from the top and underneath. Look for any wet places. The most likely areas of interest should be the tappet covers, the front and rear crankshaft oil seals, the camshaft oil seals and check the PCV system. Where you see signs of leakage that will be the areas requiring work. If it's around the lower front end, it will most likely be the front crank shaft seal or the camshaft seal and so on. And yes get the cat replaced if its defective. Regards John
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The code p0171 is a vac, leak. I would check all the vac, lines first. If they all look good, then the one thing I have ran across alot is the intake manifold will **** air in from the outside. Most of the time it will leak at #1 cylinder. Get a can of brake clean or carb cleaner with the engine running, spray around the intake and see if the engine stumbles. If it does then you have your vac. leak. Keep us posted.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
SOURCE: Honda s2000, 2001 loose of
Sounds like an ignition component failure check for proper resistance through primary and secondary ignition coil windings, refer to service repair manual for exact specs, also the ignitor magnetic pick up may be not up to snuff, the only other ignition component to replace or check is the ignition module and/or plug wires themselves, sometimes when extreme demand is put on the ignition system the plug wires must be high quality and completely isolated from one another. Spark plug wires when routing cannot come in contact with one another in the slightest proximity.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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