Honda 2.2L Index of Articles

Under Hood Fuse/Relay Box (1996-1997 2.2L Honda Accord)

Under Hood Fuse/Relay Box (1996-1997 2.2L Honda Accord)

Location and descriptions of the fuses and relays of the under-hood fuse box for 1996, 1997 2.2L Honda Accord. 1996-1997 2.2L Honda Accord Under-Hood Fuses # Amps Fuse Name/Description 15 100...   read more >>

How To Check For Vacuum Leaks (1992-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

How To Check For Vacuum Leaks (1992-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

Vacuum leaks can and do have adverse effects on engine performance and the fuel injection computer's ability to reduce harmful emissions. Eventually, a severe vacuum leak will cause the check engine light to illuminate with air/fuel mixture...   read more >>

P0715 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

P0715 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

A trouble code P0715: Mainshaft Speed Sensor Malfunction usually tells you that the tranmsission is slipping due to an internal mechanical problem (usually cause by wear and tear). NOTE: The mainshaft speed sensor is called the transmission...   read more >>

P0141 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

P0141 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

When a P0141: Oxygen Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 1, Sensor 2) lights up the check engine light on your 2.2L Honda Accord (Odyssey), it's usually because the rear oxygen sensor's heater has failed. In this tutorial I'll explain what...   read more >>

P0172 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Honda Accord And Odyssey)

P0172 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Honda Accord And Odyssey)

Trouble code P0172: System Too Rich lets you know that too much fuel is being injected into the engine, but doesn't really tell you what component has failed. In this tutorial I'll shed some light on what this trouble code means and some of the...   read more >>

P0441 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

P0441 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

Sooner or later, a P0441: Evaporative Control System Insufficient Purge Flow is gonna' light up the check engine light, since it's usually caused by a loose or missing gas cap -but not always. In this tutorial I'll explain what this trouble code...   read more >>

P0171 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Honda Accord And Odyssey)

P0171 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Honda Accord And Odyssey)

Trouble code P0171: System Too Lean can be one of the most difficult trouble codes to troubleshoot and resolve. In this tutorial I'll shed some light on what this trouble code means and some of the tests you need to perform to find its cause...   read more >>

How To Test The Output Speed Sensor (1995-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

How To Test The Output Speed Sensor (1995-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

In this tutorial I'll explain how to test the transmission output speed sensor (also known as the countershaft speed sensor). The test is done with a multimeter and I'll explain it all in a step-by-step manner and in plain English....   read more >>

P0420 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Honda Accord And Odyssey)

P0420 -What Does It Mean? (1995-1997 2.2L Honda Accord And Odyssey)

A trouble code P0420: Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold lets you know that the catalytic converter on your 2.2L Honda Accord (Odyssey) has malfunctioned and needs to be replaced. In this article I'll explain what causes the catalytic...   read more >>

How To Test The Input Speed Sensor (1995-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

How To Test The Input Speed Sensor (1995-1997 2.2L Accord And Odyssey)

Testing the input speed sensor (known in Honda tech speak as the mainshaft speed sensor) can easily be done with a simple multimeter. In this tutorial I'll explain how to do it in a step-by-step manner and in plain English. Contents...   read more >>