Question about 2010 Honda Accord
I just received an error code B1275 on my odometer and the viper started moving fast and the hazard light went on by itself. The viper fluid would eject by itself. I think it was a problem due to water leak during heavy rain. any explanation. Thanks.
Fix the water leak first. Got a sun roof? Water in the BCM will cause all sorts of funny things, to included not letting you car start and run. Fix that leak first( Like today or tomorrow), then find your BCM(body control module) , pull it out and remove the cover around it. Wipe it off with a cloth, use a blow dryer and dry it up use the dryer to dry out the plugs also, then wipe it off again with another cloth. You let moisture set in it too long, it could kill it...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the battery connections,take them off and clean them.Make sure the battery is fully charged.If the connections are good and the battery is tested good,look at the starter.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Hi pcrouthamel, you may have a solution to this, but again you may not.
I have an '04 Ody and also had the E-00 error code when trying to play a CD. There are many suggestions as to what it may be and speculations as to how to fix it. The vehicle manual indicates it's a 'focus' issue.
Here is what I did based on internet research and recommendations and what occured:
1) checked both fuse #9 and #11 (pulled cleaned contacts and re-inserted) -- no fix
2) changed the battery in the Ody (is was due anyway) to address the possible low voltage issue -- no fix
3) inserted a CD, and before it was enter all the way, pulled it back out -- no fix
4) same as 3, but after pulling the CD out, gave the upper portion of the CD player a few firm bangs (literally - crazy I know) -- no fix
5) pulled the dash off (way easier than you may think) and removed the radio; pulled the top plate off to see if there were any obstructions within the unit such as coins or other material; shook it to ensure there weren't things I couldn't see; used a Q-Tip and worked it over the lense to clean it; tried another CD - no fix
6) in addition to 5, just as I inserted the CD for a second time, and while it was fully loading, I gave the heat conductor plate on the back of the radio several firm hits with the heel of my palm -- it worked!!
Apparently, there is more to the 'focus' issue than the vehicle manual leads you to ascertain. Like many DVD and CD players, the laser runs on a carriage. Sometimes this carriage can become misaligned; perhaps from hitting a pot hole too hard. My movement of the carriage while the CD was loading, had put it back in alignment. Now my CD player works.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 21, 2010
SOURCE: sparks, turns over, no start
If the spark will jump a half inch space you are probably ok with that.
My first question is do you know if the timing belt is ok ?
The second question is have you tried spraying carb cleaner or starting fluid into the throttle body to make sure you have fuel ?
Posted on Sep 07, 2012
this code is sometimes set because of a loose gas cap or a leaking gas cap. the code is set when the fuel vapor management system detects a leak.
Posted on Feb 27, 2013
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