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4 Diagnostic Codes for 2002 Honda Accord

I have 4 codes that I need definitions to for my accord, can anyone help me?

P1166
P1167
P0700
P1738

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Cylinder 3 always a problem, has changed ignition coil 3 time. ( did not used dealer's parts)

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