Honda 2.2L Index of Articles

The throttle position sensor (TPS) on your 2.2L Honda Accord (Odyssey) can be accurately tested with a multimeter -no scan tool required! In this tutorial, I'll show you... [read more]

If the throttle position sensor (TPS) fails and stays stuck producing a high voltage signal, the fuel injection computer will set a P0123: Throttle Position Sensor Circuit... [read more]

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... [read more]

In a nutshell, a trouble code P0122: Throttle Position Sensor Circuit Low Voltage lets you know that the fuel injection computer notices that the throttle position sensor... [read more]

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... [read more]

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... [read more]

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... [read more]

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... [read more]

A trouble code P0715: Mainshaft Speed Sensor Malfunction usually tells you that the transmission is slipping due to an internal mechanical problem (usually cause by wear and... [read more]

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... [read more]