Question about 2005 Honda CR-V
I believe that is a throttle position corellation differentail code for honda's.
The drive-by-wire systems of todays cars use two sensors on the pedal, as well as two on the trottle body itself.
In order to Diagnose this you will have to use either a scan tool to see the sensor readings, or use a DVOM to measure the sensore outputs.
One sensore will stay at low voltage while the other is high, as you press the accelorator dow they will increase/decrease untill they have switched readings (low is 0.4v high is 4.5v)
Many Hnda's have throttle cables still leading under the hood to the sensor assembly (kinda odd) so you might have to look around for them. The throttle sensor assembly on the 3.2 and 3.5l V6's is fairly commor to be bad in that year.
Posted on Oct 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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