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What is code #2?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by wagovanb16man, Dec 31, 2007.

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    Alright the other day my car started bgging so I switched wires C8 with C16 like Rywire says to do... Well it fixed it for a little while then about after 15minutes of driving the car started acting funny and started throwing codes.. It's two long blinks..


    So I switched the wires back and it still does the same..

    It seems like I did this right after I seafoamed my car..

    Also,
    Are all Honda 02 sensors the same? I have a fairly new one that came out of my D15..


    Thanks
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    2 long flashes is 20 and to short is 2,, so witch is it
     
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    It's two long flashes one after another.

    I can take a video if needed..
     
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    Ok so it's turn out to be two short flashes.. 2nd 02 sensor. Are these sensors the same as 1st 02 sensor?

    I changed the ECU from PWO to PR3 and that fixed it for a few full-throttle runs, then the code came back.. Ideas?
     
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    93civicracer Oh, I do a little here and there.

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    Are you sure they're 2 short flashes?

    When I was first getting codes I didn't know until I got a short flash and the short flash is more of just a blink. Not even long enough to light up the whole CEL. Just make sure you know if it's long or short. If it lasts for about 1 second it's a long, if it just blinks it's a short.
     
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