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I just changed the power steering high preasure hose on 2003 Honda odyssey and my check engine light turned on with code p0335 crank shaft sensor
Code p 0335 refers to crankshaft position (CKP) sensor---circuit malfunction=== causes --wiring--CKP sensor ---ECM
at this point because you were in the area doing repairs to the power steering pump , it is possible that you have disconnected the wires to the CKP
check that or replace the CKP
Posted on Jun 10, 2018
SOURCE: power steering fluid leaking.
With the engine switched off. Go under the car and clean of all the fluid you find. Now start the car and turn the steering wheel from full lock to full lock. Switch off the engine and go under the car and you should see the area of the fluid leek. With this information you can then decide how to tackle the repair.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
If The engine in your van is a 3.5L, the knock sensor is under the upper intake manifold. This has to be removed in order to access the sensor on top of the engine block. The job requires an upper intake gasket set and about 1.5 hours to do; if you are handy with tools. For those who aren't; better off leaving this one to the professionals.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
open the rear hatch. Between the tail light housing and the rear hatch opening there is a trim strip with two flush fitted flap doors. Insert a small straight blade screwdriver into the small slot on the tail light side of the flap. Pry gently inboard and the small flap will open (the hinge side of the flap is on the side of the rear hatch opening.) Now you can remove the screws that hold the tail lamp assembly in place. Finally, there is still a "spear point" clip that fits into a socket near the front outboard corner of the assembly. Gently pry with a tape wrapped screwdriver (avoids scratches) and force the assembly straight back. The clip should release and free the assembly so you can change the bulb(s).
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
I had the same code/symptoms a few weeks ago. Dealer did a nice job checking through all the details. Replaced the egr too, but no improvement. Finally found one cylinder not firing correctly (not the same pressure as the other cylinders.) Dealer did a value clean/adjustment, for about $250, and the problem has been gone for about a month now. We are also getting about 15% better mileage.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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