Honda Aerodect Obd cracking even without OBD tools

OBD HACK HONDA AERODECT 1992-2002

Honda Aerodect Obd cracking even without OBD tools

PLEASE SELECT THE OBD SOCKET OF YOUR CAR BELOW AND FOLLOW THE JUMPER SETTINGS.

HONDA PIN MANUAL DIAGNOSTICYear range: 1989 to 2001

Locations: Under the passengers seat.
Above the passengers side kick panel.
In the center console.

honda obd hack manual diagnostic

Year range: 1998 to 2009

Locations: Under the drivers side dash panel.
Inside or below the glovebox.

PLEASE FOLLOW THE JUMPER SETTING ABOVE:

PLEASE NOTE:If after following the instructions below the Check Engine Light does not flash it either means there are no fault codes or there is a connection error. To test connection, remove the TPS and run the engine then recheck codes.



INSTRUCTION:
1. If possible run the engine to bring the oxygen sensor up to operating temperature then switch the engine off.
2. Connect the terminals using your own jumper wire, as shown in the diagram above.
3. Turn ignition ON, the Check Engine Light (CEL) should be flashing on your car dashboard.
READ CHECK ENGINE ON HONDA DASHBOARD
4. Read codes as described in the Code Format Description below.
Code Format Diagram

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READING CODE INSTRUCTION
• Each code is made up of two series of flashes.
• The long flashes indicate the ‘tens’ digits.
• The short flashes indicate the ‘ones’ digits.
• A long pause separates each code sequence.
• Code Format Diagram shows above is code No. 12.
• If nolongflashes are observed then the code is a straight count of short flashes. i.e. 4 flashes = code 4.
LIST OF TROUBLE CODE
Flash code OBD-11 code Fault location Probable cause
PO, P2, uo Refer to OBD-11 trouble code tables
1 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – front – circuit/voltage low/high Wiring open/short circuit, H02S, fuel system, ECM
3 Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor – circuit/voltage high/low Wiring, MAP sensor, ECM
4 Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor – circuit malfunction/range/performance problem Wiring, CKP sensor, valve timing, ECM
5 Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor – range/performance problem Hose leak, MAP sensor
5 P1128 Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor – pressure lower than expected MAP sensor
5 P1129 Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor – pressure higher than expected MAP sensor
6 Engine coolant temperature (ECT} sensor – circuit/voltage low/high Wiring short/open circuit, ECT sensor, ECM
7 Throttle position (TP) sensor – circuit/   voltage low/high Wiring, TP sensor, ECM
7 P1121 Throttle position (TP) sensor- position lower than expected TP sensor
7 P1122 Throttle position (TP) sensor – position higher than expected TP sensor
8 P1359 Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor – connector disconnection Wiring
8 P1361 Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor- intermittent signal CKP sensor
8 P1362 Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor – no signal Wiring, CKP sensor, ECM
9 P1381 Camshaft position (CMP) sensor- intermittent signal CMP sensor
9 P1382 Camshaft position (CMP) sensor- no signal Wiring, CMP sensor, ECM
10 Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor- circuit/   voltage low/high Wiring short/open circuit, IAT sensor, ECM
12 P1491 Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system – valve lift insufficient Wiring, EGR valve/position sensor, EGR   solenoid, hose leak/blockage, ECM
12 P1498 Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve position sensor – voltage high Wiring, EGR valve/position sensor, ECM
13 P1106 Barometric pressure (BARO) sensor – range/performance problem ECM
13 P1107 Barometric pressure (BARO) sensor- circuit/voltage low ECM
13 P1108 Barometric pressure (BARO) sensor – circuit/voltage high ECM
14 Idle control system – malfunction lAC valve, throttle body
14 P1508 Idle air control (lAC) valve – circuit failure Wiring, lAC valve, ECM
14 P1509 Idle air control (lAC) valve – circuit failure Wiring, lAC valve, ECM
17 Vehicle speed sensor (VSS)- circuit malfunction/range/performance problem Wiring, VSS, ECM
19 AT – lock-up system malfunction Lock-up control system
19 P1753 AT -lock-up control solenoid A- circuit failure Wiring, lock-up control solenoid, ECM
19 P1758 AT – lock-up control solenoid 8 – circuit failure Wiring, lock-up control solenoid, ECM
20 P1297 Electrical load sensor – circuit/voltage low Wiring, electrical load sensor, ECM
20 P1298 Electrical load sensor – circuit/voltage high Wiring, electrical load sensor, ECM
22 P1259 VTEC system malfunction Wiring, VTEC solenoid/pressure switch, ECM
23 Knock sensor (KS) – circuit malfunction Wiring, KS, ECM
30 P1655 AT/CVT to ECM signal -failure Communication. wire, ECM
41 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – front – circuit malfunction Wiring, ECM
41 P1166 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – front – heater circuit Wiring, H02S, ECM
41 P1167 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – front – heater circuit malfunction Wiring open circuit, H02S
45 Mixture too lean/rich Fuel system, front H02S, injectors, MAP   sensor, wiring, mechanical fault
48 P1162 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S)- front- circuit malfunction Wiring, H02S
48 P1168 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – front – voltage low Wiring short circuit
48 P1169 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – front – voltage high Wiring
54 P1336 Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor 2 – intermittent signal CKP sensor
54 P1337 Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor 2 – no signal Wiring, CKP sensor, ECM
61 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – front – slow response H02S, exhaust system
61 P1163 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – front – slow response H02S
61 P1164 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – front – range/performance problem H02S
61 P1165 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – front – range/performance problem H02S
63 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – rear- slow response/circuit/voltage low/high Wiring, H02S, ECM
65 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) – rear- circuit malfunction Wiring, ECM
67 Catalytic converter – efficiency below limit Catalytic converter, rear H02S
70 AT – lock-up clutch not engaging/no gear shift Wiring, mainshaft speed sensor, countershaft speed sensor, lock-up control system, shift solenoid (SS) AlB, ECM, TCM
70 CVT – poor acceleration Wiring, ignition coil, TCM
70 P1705 AT – gear shift malfunction Wiring, range position switch, ECM
70 P1705 AT – lock-up clutch not engaging Wiring, range position switch, ECM
70 P1705 CVT – gear shift malfunction Wiring, range position switch, TCM
70 P1706 AT- gear shift malfunction Wiring, range position switch, ECM
70 P1706 AT – lock-up clutch malfunction Wiring, range position switch, ECM
70 P1706 CVT – gear shift malfunction Wiring, range position switch, TCM
70 P1753 AT – lock-up clutch not engaging/   disengaging Wiring, lock-up control solenoid, ECM
70 P1758 AT- lock-up clutch not engaging Wiring, lock-up control solenoid 8, ECM
70 P1768 AT- poor/no gear shift Wiring, linear solenoid, ECM
70 P1768 AT- lock-up clutch not engaging Wiring, linear solenoid, ECM
70 P1790 CVT – kick-down malfunction Wiring, TP sensor, TCM
70 P1790 CVT – gear shift malfunction Wiring, TP sensor, TCM
70 P1791 Constantly variable transmission (CVT) Wiring, VSS, TCM
70 P1793 Constantly variable transmission (CVT) Wiring, MAP sensor, TCM
70 P1870 CVT – poor acceleration Wiring, shift control linear solenoid, TCM
70 P1873 CVT – poor acceleration Wiring, PH-PL control linear solenoid, TCM
70 P1879 CVT – poor acceleration Wiring, start clutch control linear solenoid, TCM
70 P1882 Constantly variable transmission (CVT) Wiring, inhibitor solenoid, TCM
70 P1885 CVT – poor acceleration Wiring, drive pulley speed sensor, TCM
70 P1886 CVT – poor acceleration Wiring, driven pulley speed sensor, TCM
70 P1888 CVT – poor acceleration Wiring, secondary gear shaft speed sensor, TCM
70 P1890 CVT – poor acceleration Shift control system
70 P1891 CVT – poor acceleration Start clutch control system
71 Cylinder No.1 – misfire Fuellignition/EGR system, injector, wiring, mechanical fault
72 Cylinder No.2 – misfire Fuel/ignition/EGR system, injector, wiring, mechanical fault
73 Cylinder No.3 – misfire Fuel/ignition/EGR system, injector, wiring, mechanical fault
74 Cylinder No.4 – misfire Fuel/ignition/EGR system, injector, wiring, mechanical fault
80 Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) solenoid – insufficient flow EGR valve, hose leak/blockage
86 Engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor – range/performance problem ECT sensor, cooling system
90 P1456 Evaporative emission (EVAP) canister purge system – leak detected (fuel tank) Hose, fuel tank/pressure sensor, fuel filler cap, EVAP valve/bypass solenoid, EVAP two way valve, EVAP canister/vent valve
90 P1457 Evaporative emission (EVAP) canister purge system – leak detected (canister) Hose, fuel tank/pressure sensor, EVAP valve/bypass solenoid, EVAP two way valve, EVAP canister/vent valve
91 Fuel tank pressure sensor- circuit/voltage low/high Hose leak/blockage, wiring, pressure sensor, ECM
92 Evaporative emission (EVAP) canister pure system – incorrect flow Wiring, EVAP solenoid, EVAP canister, hose leak/blockage, ECM
95 Fuel rail pressure (FRP) sensor- range/   performance problem/voltage high/low Wiring open or short to ground, FRP   sensor, ECM
96 P1182 Fuel temperature sensor – low input Wiring short to ground, fuel temperature sensor, ECM
96 P1183 Fuel temperature sensor- high input Wiring open circuit, fuel temperature sensor, ECM
97 P1192 Fuel tank pressure sensor- low input Wiring open or short to ground, fuel tank pressure sensor, ECM
97 P1193 Fuel tank pressure sensor – high input Wiring open circuit, fuel tank pressure sensor, ECM
98 P1187 Fuel tank temperature sensor – low input Wiring short to ground, fuel tank temperature sensor, ECM
98 P1188 Fuel tank temperature sensor – high input Wiring open circuit, fuel tank temperature sensor, ECM
P1300 Random misfire lgnition/fuei/EGR system, MAP sensor, lAC valve
P1607 Engine control module (ECM) – internal circuit failure ECM
P1705 AT range position switch – circuit failure Wiring, range position switch, ECM
P1706 AT range position switch – no signal Wiring, range position switch, ECM

Erasing procedure.

  • After the faults have been rectified, trouble codes can be erased by using a Scan Tool connected to the data link connector (DLC) or as follows:
  • Switch ignition OFF.
  • Remove radio fuse (7.5A) from underhood fusebox for 10 seconds minimum
  • Reinstall fuse.
  • Repeat checking procedure to ensure no data remains in ECM fault memory.

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