Question about 2003 Honda Accord
Be careful, the motor in your car is an interference motor, which means that if you break the timing belt and then try to start it back up, the motor will crush its own valves and damage pistons and who knows what else. timing belt replacement is really cheap compared to rebuilding/replacing a motor. hope this helps. also if you let it idle and open the hood, stick your head by the the timing cover and see if you hear kinda a slapping, ticking type noises. if you do, immediately go to a mechanic and spend the $400-500 to fix it if it isn't cheaper, can't remember what I payed last year. A new/used/rebuilt motor will start around $1800 if your lucky. good luck.
Honda's troubleshooting flowchart shows the following for Code P0341:
Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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