Question about 1996 Acura TL Series
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Okay, so usually when there are a large number of codes that show up at one time they are usually related, so one problem could cause multiple codes to appear. Here is a link to a trouble code reference sheet for the 96 - 98 Acura TL Acura 9698 3 2TL Trouble Code Info
From this sheet we can see that your issues all relate to your o2 sensor heater circuit, so the first step would be to check all your fuses, the problem could be as easy as your o2 heater circuit fuse is blown. next i would check the connections to the o2 sensors themselves, make sure you have good connections and clean the connections with some di-electric grease which you can pick up at any autostore and spray it in both connectors (the wiring harness for the car and the connector attached to the o2 sensor) let them dry then reattach them. if this does not fix the problem sadly you might have to start replacing the o2 sensors. Good Luck
Posted on Apr 25, 2014
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