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ecu code 6 help

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by smooth95, Oct 22, 2005.

  1. smooth95

    smooth95 Senior Member

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    hey Im having a problem im throwing a code 6 I replaced the thermostat and the ect sensor whats my next step its still a code 6
     
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    check the wiring...
     
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    You replaced the sensor on the back of the block, right? Not the one on the coolant return line.
     
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    I replaced the one right under the distributer
     
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    which plug...try to get me a location if you can see it in this pic...

    If you replaced the green plug near the dizzy...thats the fan switch (i should know...my fans dont kick on because my exhaust manifold burned throught the wires)

    The ECT is on the back of the block by above the oil filter (if memory serves...my manual is at the shop with my car)
     
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    thats an h22 on a b18 it is right there but in the back of the block next to the thermostat should I replace the ect switch also, could that be why my fan aint kicking in and throwing a code 6.
     
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    oh, i saw H22 in the sig, so i assumed thats what you were working on.
     
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    oh sorry about that i have an h22 in my accord right now im working with my b18 civic thanks
     
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