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Po1362 and po1359 on 2002 honda accord se 2.3 engine

No spark damaging igniter and coil bad cps

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Hi brian.
I think you mean P1362 and P1359
both fault codes are pointing to the crankshaft sensor.
check the wires/ connector. replace the crankshaft sensor.
Good luck

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