Question about 1999 Honda Civic
post engine option in car. gas, I4, and displacement
lots of engines, used world wide.
before working on any car or engine, know what's there? first.
P1 means unique to honda, P1 means factory code, P0 means federal generic codes.
did you scan this , or AUTOZONED.?
only 1 code, i too have trouble finding it..... is it correct.?
tell the full story, who got it, and how. and is there any driving symptoms
Electronic Feedback Signal Not Detected
see list here. (vast)
that will take a real FSM to find it. ever heard of FSM
or log in to alldata.com and look up 1670s.
there is little info on 1670, googling and ignoring all non honda post.
you must stay on HONDAs only. to get facts. here.
Posted on Jan 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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