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How To Test The Ignition Control Module (1997-1998 2.0L Honda CR-V)

How To Test The Ignition Control Module (1997-1998 2.0L Honda CR-V)

The Ignition Control Module (ICM), on your 2.0L Honda CR-V, is going to fail sooner or later. When it does, your 2.0L Honda CR-V not going to start. The cool thing is that the ignition control module, which is located inside the distributor,...   read more >>

How To Test The Ignition Coil (1999-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

How To Test The Ignition Coil (1999-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

As you're probably already aware, the ignition coil on the 1999, 2000, and 2001 2.0L Honda CR-V is located inside the distributor. This might make you think that it's near impossible to test it. Well, I can tell you from personal experience...   read more >>

Oxygen Sensor Heater Test -P0135 (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

Oxygen Sensor Heater Test -P0135 (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

The front O2 sensor on your 2.0L Honda CR-V (1997-2001) is a 4 wire sensor that comes equipped with an internal heater. This heater will eventually fail and the fuel injection computer will set a P0135 trouble code. When this trouble code...   read more >>

How To Test For A Blown Head Gasket (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

How To Test For A Blown Head Gasket (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

Testing your 2.0L Honda CR-V for a blown head gasket is not hard. As a matter of fact, it's something that you can do yourself without having to take it to a repair shop. In this tutorial I will explain the four different tests that you can do...   read more >>

How To Test Engine Compression (1997-2001 2.0L Honda)

How To Test Engine Compression (1997-2001 2.0L Honda)

Testing the engine compression on the 1991-2001 2.0L equipped CR-V is pretty easy and what makes is so is the fact that removing the spark plugs is easier than on most cars and SUV's out there. In this tutorial I'm going to explain how to do...   read more >>

How To Test The Ignition Coil (1997-1998 2.0L Honda CR-V)

How To Test The Ignition Coil (1997-1998 2.0L Honda CR-V)

Sooner or later the ignition coil, which is located inside the distributor, is going to fail. And when it does, your 1997-1998 2.0L Honda CR-V is not going to start. Although the ignition coil is inside the distributor, testing it is pretty...   read more >>

How To Test The MAP Sensor (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

How To Test The MAP Sensor (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, on your 2.0L Honda CR-V (1997-2001), can be tested easily with your multimeter. Although a scan tool is a very handy tool to have, you don't need it to test the MAP sensor on your Honda CR-V. In this...   read more >>

Oxygen Sensor Heater Test -P0141 (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

Oxygen Sensor Heater Test -P0141 (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

This tutorial will help you to diagnose a P0141 on your 2.0L Honda CR-V. Although this code usually means that you need to replace the rear O2 sensor, sometimes you've got to make sure that its heater element is getting power and ground. This...   read more >>

How To Test The TPS (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

How To Test The TPS (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V)

The throttle position sensor (TPS) on your 2.0L Honda CR-V can be accurately tested with your multimeter and also without having to take it out of its spot on the throttle body. In this tutorial, I'll show you where you need to make your...   read more >>