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Do you mean dtc code p1259 which is (P1259 Immobilizer to PCM Signal Error)

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My AllData software indicates that P1259 is a VTEC [variable valve timing] system malfunction code, not an immobilzer [anti-theft] code.

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Vtec malfunction , check oil level make sure your using the right wieght oil , also.
its either the pressure switch or the solenoid , you would need a scan tool to see if they are working .

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My 1998 honda accord check engine light Is on. And there are two p codes 1259 and 1456. how to fix?


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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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ODB2 CODE 1259 2002 HONDA ACCORD


I believe this is a code the VTech engines will set if a oil solenoid valve doesn't open in the cylinder head to provide extra oiling when the engine RPM's exceed 4k. The best I recall the valve in the head is usually faulty if this code is present.

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CHECK ENGINE LIGHT CAME ON WITH CODE 1259


Code 1259 is vtec system malfunction, in other words, it's a variable valve timing and lift electronic control. It's honda's system used to control the rate of engine valves to open and close. Need to take it to a shop or dealer to have that checked out.

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Code 1259 what does it mean?


the p1259 code in the Honda's is a manufactures specific code for the fuel metering system, also known as the heated O2 sensor. if this is a 4 cylinder it will be the sensors after the catalytic converter, however with either engine DO NOT just start replacing the sensors without having them checked, there is a lot of small things in the system that can cause this code such as a blown fuse, damaged wires, etc. the sensors are expensive so have it checked and verified first.

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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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Codes for trouble shooting


1259 = is a V-tech problem

1298 = Electrical Load Detector circuit high voltage. You need to check/test the ELD and its wiring circuit

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