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Most likely there is a problem with the upstream oxygen sensor. I would bet you don't have a $3000 scan tool or a good multi meter so your only option besides bringing it into a shop to have it checked, is to try replacing the part , clear the code, and see if the light comes back on.
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 Honda Civic -LX Timing belt
90000 Miles on the Timing Belt. Do not let this go! A timing belt failure can cause internal engine problems.
Should cost around 200 or so, depending upon your local labor rates.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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That code, P0740, is a torque converter clutch circuit malfunction, according to the published OBD2 fault codes. You may be able to clear the code by disconnecting the battery for an hour or so. I'd start by doing that, and then drive the car to see if the code comes back. Even if you don't have a code reader, if the car is driving strangely, and you clear the code with a disconnect of the battery, you can tell if it comes back when your check-engine light illuminates and the strange driving conditions return. Sometimes a momentary glitch in the car can trip a code, even if there isn't a real failure, and a reset will clear it for good. If you have a consistent code that returns, then it's time to dig deeper. See if disconnecting the battery for an hour or so clears the fault light and code, and if it comes back. If the disconnect doesn't clear it, you could have a shop clear the code with a scanner, and then see if it returns. Post up what happens and we can continue to figure out the problem.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
go to an auto parts store and purchase a repair manual it will clearly tell you how to remove the radio . read and understand the directions carefully if you have questions ask the partscarrier they often can assist you
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
SOURCE: p 1705 code, honda civic lx 2001
Have tranny serviced . Check tranny fluid level fill with HONDA ONLY fluid. If not fixed have fluid drained and filter replaced on tranny
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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Step one Look at the inside door handle. Behind it you should see a little cover, You pop that off and there will be 2 phillips head screws behind it. remove them.
Pop out the door handle, and unplug the power lock plug,
Youll also have to take the door lock rod, by spinning the plastic door handle 90 degrees until u can wiggle it out.
next remove the sail panel( The little triangle shaped piece in the corner of the door on the top, ( may have a tweeter in it) ( it just pops out)
Next take a screwdriver (flat head) and pry off the cover of the door handle, there will be
2 phillips head screw behind it ( remove screws)
Unplug power window connector (big green plug)
Now just start gently pry the door panel off with a screw driver, see if u can peek behind the panel and see where the panel clips are, and pry near those areas
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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