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Re: check engine light
Not sure with such a newer car, but they are usually on the left side of the dash underneath, there will be a small square panel you can remove with a screwdriver, and it should also be labeled. It would say OBD II, or something similar. Hope that helps
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I don't know of a TBC light for Honda but there is a TDC... If that's what you meant to type. Its the "Top Dead Center" sensor
The TDC (top dead center) positioning sensor is another name for your crankshaft position sensor. This sensor measures the position of your crankshaft and helps with the proper firing of your spark plugs when you start your engine. The TDC sensor on the '97 Honda Accord is located on the underside of the engine block. Replacement TDC sensors can be purchased at your Honda dealership. This is not a difficult repair and can be done in about 15 minutes.
there is a fuel injection module under the dash.if you,remove the module and check the circuit board it will have broken solders in it. our shop has fixed alot of those..a hayne smanual will show you how to take it out....sorry i do not reply.
try doing this. its supposed to work up to 97 accords, depending on the model. most likely you can. well if you do this and your check engine light stays solid, then your ecu is bad. if you cant do this, try using another scanner. it might simply be a bad scanner. hope this helps. goodluck
Older cars used the OBD 1 system for retrieving codes, check your owners man, for the location of the diagnostic connector under the hood, use a compatible scanner, most newer scanner's have the cable needed for making the connection. Good luck!
Sounds like maybe the ECU had taken in some water. Is your ECM located behind the engine on the firewall? There are two large fuses located on the passenger side wheel well in the engine bay. They are two large (2" plastic covers) over them.
Its a light grey square box. U will either find it under the dash around the steering column or on the driver side up the inside fender area. Take it out and resolder all the hairline cracks and it will be good as new.