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CEL Error Code p2227

Have a 07 honda civic si sedan and recently I've been experiencing alot of of Check Engine Light, where my car VSA comes on, triangle & CEL icon shows up. Had a friend scan it and it shows up as code p2227. Anyone know what code that means and what may have cause it?

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  • benjmdx Nov 11, 2008

    I have a 2004 Acura MDX with the same problem. I notice there is no immediate pick-up from 0-60.



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P2227 is thrown for barometric pressure circuit range/performance error. I'm researching what causes it since I have the same thing on my turbocharged Accord.

Posted on Sep 06, 2008

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