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crankshaft

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EP / DC5' started by civicboy1, May 10, 2007.

  1. civicboy1

    civicboy1 New Member

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    iv had my engine light on for about a week now and im scared to drive my car at first when i got a diagnostic it was a code p1337 and auto zone said i needed to replace my spark plugs so i did that and it still didnt go off so i went back and it was the same code but then they said that i need a crankshaft positioning sensor.
    does anybody know where this is on a 97 teg, can i replace it myself, and if so can you give me guidence
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    your code is leet....
     
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    civicboy1 New Member

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    i dont really know wat leet is, sorry
     
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    Did you ever find out where your sensor was? I also have a 97 integra with the same trouble code.

    I replaced the whole distributor and it changed nothing.
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    Do you realize you're in the wrong forum? This forum is for 01+ Civics and RSXs.

    Anyway, have you tried resetting your ECU?
     
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    I didnt realize I was in the wrong forum, but thanks for the info. I cleared the codes with the scanner, but I am unsure how to actually reset the ECU.
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    Resetting the ECU is easy. Just unplug your battery or pull the ECU fuse, let the car sit for a few minutes, reconnect everything, and then turn the car on and let it idle for a while, maybe take it for a drive.

    If the CEL comes back after you've done that, then you know it's serious.
     
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