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My car turn off with code 1259 - 1998 Honda Accord

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1. get yourself a chilton or hays manual on this vehicle from the closest auto parts store and in the last pages it will tell you what the code is. without that answer i can not tell you why it stalls.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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Code is P 1259 When you are driving the RPM's go


Is this a stander transmission, if so could be your transmission clutch slipping, could be worn. have it check out, you know as i do, that high rpm's will damage your engine.

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I have a code 1259


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CHECK ENGINE LIGHT CAME ON WITH CODE 1259


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98 Honda Accord LX CODE 1259


Code 1259 indicates a V-tec system malfuntion assuming your Honda isn't a DX? Disconnect the negative battery cable so that you can clear the code. If code returns, try cleaning and/or replacing the V-tec pressure sensor. I heard of someone that had the same 4000 rpm problem you speak of and this is where they solved their problem. Good luck to you.

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1259 = is a V-tech problem

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