Question about 2005 Honda CR-V
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: engine management light is on
The car will need to be put on a diagnosic machine to point out exactly why the engine has gone into limp mode, but if it is still running it could just be down to a sensor, Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
SOURCE: honda crv engine light
I would go to your local Honda dealership and tell them the engine light came on. They will hook it up to a special computer and they will be able to tell you why the engine light came on and what's wrong with the car. Not sure what the cost will be to get it checked out. If you don't have the money for that right now.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: Engine code for 04 Honda
P2138 is the APP sensor (accelerater pedal postion). More than likely it is the sensor itself that is bad. Clear the code and see if the light comes back on, It may be an intermittent failure. The sensor is located under the hood by the right strut tower.
Posted on May 03, 2009
SOURCE: HONDA CR-V
OK, you have a code PO341 which means their is a problem with the signal the ECU is receiving from the cam sensor. It does not necessarily mean the sensor is bad. It can be one of these things.
1. Cam sensor wiring routed too close to spark plug wiring (causing interference) 2. Poor wiring connection at cam sensor 3. Poor wiring connection at PCM 4. Bad cam sensor 5. Damaged reluctor wheel You replaced the cam sensor and the problem is still there so we can assume that a defective cam sensor was not the problem. Do this.
1. Check that the wiring isn't routed too close to any secondary ignition components (coil, spark plug wires, etc.) 2. Visually inspect the wiring at the sensor for any burn marks, discoloration indicative of melting or chafing 3. Visually inspect the reluctor wheel through the cam sensor port (if possible) for any missing teeth or any damage 4. If reluctor isn't visible from outside the engine, visual test can only be done by removing cam shaft or intake manifold (depending on engine design)
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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