Question about 1989 Honda Civic
Old god, love em. 4cyl? or D5Z1?
ill answer for
the harder the better, for me, a challenge.
so did you look up those codes, google them (millions of hits)
i guess not.
4. crank sensor dead.
14 IAC , bad idle controls.
16 fuel injector issues.
best of best is....
here, then click OBD1 (relics)
we always fix spark first, cant burn fuel with bad spark.
so code 14.
the CKP is bad, or not plugged in
ever seen an FSM
im not sure above, covers 14s.
but it is a malfing CKP sensor and the ECU never lies about that.
the signal is weak or dead, or drops out 1 in 10 hits.
Posted on Dec 27, 2013
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