Question about 2004 Honda Accord
How do I do my own diagnostics test to find out what the issue is. I know I need a new drive belt and just ordered one today but I was told that the belt wouldn't make the light come on. Any suggestions?
I just had my car repaired. The check engine light stayed on. This sometimes can be solved after you open and replace the gas tank cover. It could take a day or two to go off. However, if it stays on then it is a problem with the sensor. I had to replace mine after it went off and on for a couple of months then stayed on all the time. My mechanic who I very much trust put it on his computer diagnois whatever you call it and he told me to wait until it stayed on all the time to replace the senor which bought be a few months of not having to spend a couple hundred dollars to replace.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Check the vacuum lines to make sure none of them are off and check the one behind the throttle body and also check out the EGR valve if there is an Autozone around you somewhere they will put it on a tester and test it for free for you.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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