No spark in all 4 wires. If the coil doesn't fix it then I guess I'll start figuring out how to replace the cam position sensor. If we feel a piece of advice is particularly reckless, dangerous, or extremely unhelpful it maybe removed If a post or comment is provided that is not a response to a question, the post may be removed. Same info from above applies here. My block was already threaded, I thought all blocks were but i guess not. If you detect any suspicious sections of wiring, make sure to snip out carefully to remove and rewire.
Perhaps you swapped something incorrectly or crossed a wire wrong. Please can you tell me if I can fix this myself with basic tools or must I put my car in the shop. If resistance is 1600-3200 ohms, go to next step. Thanks for sticking with me and helping me eliminate possible problems! They do not sell this piece separate from the distributor. Between the terminal 1 and terminal 3, you should have between 1.
Old oil causes the cam chain to wear quickly. I might try the coil tomorrow. We're not super strict here, but for most of our posts we follow a question-response format. No the ckf and the ckp are not the same sensor for a 2000 Honda civic. When the engine is running, the high and low parts of the teeth cause the gap with the sensor to change. As I went to accelerate the engine sputtered and died. I tested the resistance on it and the Terminal A to B measurement was just slightly out of tolerance.
U sing the pliers, quick-splice these two wires together as shown. We are also happy to advise on how you can save money at the shop. Since replacing this Civic crankshaft position sensor is relatively easy once you have the timing assembly apart, you will not need more work to remove it. Car was running fine until I was waiting at an intersection. The change in the magnetic field cause the voltage from the sensor to change. All posts without this information may be subject to being removed. Tested for spark at the end of the spark plug wire with a spark plug tester.
This information is used by the Engine Control Module to control ignition and fuel injection. The changing gap causes the magnetic field near the sensor to change. Use the 'All Posts' button to return to the default view. If it's got wheels, treads, floats, flies, or has an engine it's we'll do our best to help. If your Civic is not starting and you have already tested your crankshaft sensor, skip ahead to the removal process of the guide. Hi, I just registered because I have the exact same code as the thread creator. By proving the coil is good, you're moving further down the chain toward the spark plug.
If your Civic is an automatic your 1. Here is a flow chart from Honda to help diagnose the P0341 code problem: P0341 Honda Description The Camshaft Position Sensor is an electronic device used in an engine to record the rate at which the camshaft is spinning. I have a similar problem, my misfire codes are cured but I still get a code 23 after a short road test, basically just over 3k rpm it pops on. Performing a Honda Civic crankshaft position sensor test is easy using a multimeter. Cost repair would depend on what is wrong. I looked in our advanced diagnostics and it was no help.
It supposed to be checked at 68 degrees and its about 85 out here right now. I'm an acura tech so I have knock sensors lying around, I found where they left it out and plugged it in with similar results. The car check engine light came on and it was sometimes stalling and surging at 35-45mph. The sensor system consists of a rotating part, typically a disc, as well as a static part, the actual sensor. I too started getting this 2 weeks after my timing belt replacement i had my timing belt replaced at McDavid Honda in frisco and 2 weeks later i started getting p1337.
Then it would not start. Car was towed home for me to look at it. The post will be deleted, this is not a review forum for specific shops. The changing gap causes the magnetic field near the sensor to change. If you are planning to change your Honda Civic anytime soon, it might be a good idea to complete both jobs at the same time. Tested for spark at the coil - test was good here.
The sensor is mounted to read the teeth on your crankshaft gear. I am using the same wire harness obd2a, I did both methods, but both methods seem to be the same. I have a 2000 Honda Civic and I have code 1336, 1337. Body work questions regarding paint, dents, dings or accident related damages or other bodywork related issues should be posted in If you want an estimate you should take the car to a qualified body shop as they would know best what it will cost in your area and how to fix the damages. When the engine is running, the high and low parts of the teeth cause the gap with the sensor to change. Never force the tip of your multimeter probe down into the slot of your connector.