Question about 2004 Honda Accord
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P1030 (p1 is factory code not a generic fed code)
P1030 Honda Intake Manifold Air Control Valve Position Sensor Lower Limit Not ReachedSorry for caps. but this is the html code off the scan pages.
open the FSM it answers the reasons and tests. to do.
do you only want wild guessing? we can do that. sure.
here is 1 wild guess.
you have intake air leaks.
or the valve is bad
or the switch is bad.
id not throw expensive parts. id do the steps.
see alldata.com for the 1030 page and the steps.
or go to handa and buy the FSM.
or join a true honda forum.
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
code po722 output speedsensor circuit malfunction.code po741 torque converter clutch circuit performance or stuck off.you can fix it if you have some basic mechanic skills.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
p0339 is crank shaft position sensor related error. you need to be sure that its wiring is not damaged and it is not shorted somehow. if it is broken or getting broken, car may stall, or wont start att all.
p0113 is for intake air tempoerature sensor errors. that sensor measures air ehich enters the engine. it is least important. its effect may not be noticable when weather is not extremely cold.
p0334 is for knock sensor on engine. it prevent predetonation due to ignition conditions appear. it is felt when engine is under load like climbing, and engine speed is low. check for wires if it is ok replace sensor.
we can tell that temperature sensor is not directly effects other sensors.
but knock sensor and crank position sensor is to important for engine. if you have no starting issues, even cold or warm engine, invest on knock sensor first.
Posted on Nov 28, 2011
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