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01-29-2017 05:47 AM
Black&redvteclude37 I have a code 20 on the 4ws went to step 15 but it says 4th gen I got 5th gen uk/euro model and the link doesn't work anyways

Think this is it?

http://www.hondahookup.com/forums/do...?do=file&id=85

unfortunately do have to register to download the pdf file.

but again its 4th gen not 5th hope its the same?

Chapter 17 page 116 to page 129 front/rear Sub steering angle sensor
Chapter 17 page 88 to page 92 main steering angle sensor front
Chapter 17 page 139 to page 140 main steering angle sensor rear
06-13-2016 09:53 PM
Evgeny Sorry to dig up an old thread, but I thought this would be worth mentioning.

Rather than using a paper clip, you can make a stock(ish) "jumper connector".
5th gen front tweeter speaker has the exact same connection, so if you find a spare or dead one of those (pull-a-part ?), you can just use the male connector from the tweeter side and twist or solder the wires together.
Fits perfectly.
08-29-2015 11:16 AM
flyinghonda Excellent resource, this thread. I just got a code 14 from my ABS light. Hope I can fix that easily.
12-18-2014 07:08 PM
Scout1
Newby with ATTS light

My son just bought a 1998 Prelude SH. We are just learning about the car and especially the ATTS system. The car was good for three weeks and now the ATTS light has been coming on occasionally. We have been studying all the stickies and past posts to try and seen whats is going on. After turning the car off the light will stay off for quite a while and then come back on. He got home tonight and we went out and jumpered the light test and got three codes 62, 42, 43. 62 is supposed to be l/h oil pressure switch. 42 and 43 are supposed to be ECU communication problems. We are going to dig into this this weekend and start by checking the fluid level and doing the reset procedure. Any other suggestions on what to check. We have not gotten any books yet but will probably start with a Haynes manual if I can find one for this model. Thanks for any suggestions.
11-26-2013 08:50 PM
superduperscott Just figured out this rep thing. +1!!! Thanks again, Kronn!
11-26-2013 08:47 PM
superduperscott While I was in there changing the oil cooler o-ring, the coolant hose happened to be just barely sitting on there from the previous owner obviously messing around near there. It popped off and dropped all it's coolant everywhere. In order for me to get a good handle on it I just dropped the whole rack. Thanks to this thread, while I was in there, I was able to swap out the Right oil pressure sensor on the ATTS unit..which happens to be WAY up in there.

Excited to see my ATTS light go out, because that was the only code I was getting, I put the negative back on the batt and started the car. Still had the light...WTH. Went back and read the code (thanks to this thread Turns out the Left one went bad and was waiting to tell me until I fixed the Right one. Crazy car! HAHA. At least that one isn't as hard to reach
02-02-2013 01:35 PM
mikeschmeee I had to do this recently so I made a video about it

12-15-2012 10:55 PM
playludesc ^ Saw that and wanted to give kudos. What a simple solution that was somehow un-obvious.
09-11-2012 05:02 PM
Kronn 98SH I have fixed all links. They now point to my Google Docs account (except the 4G manual). That means I should never have to change them again.
03-01-2012 07:08 PM
Kronn 98SH
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Originally Posted by lude_racer420 View Post
by pulling the clock/radio fuse if im correct WILL clear the cel codes stored?

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Originally Posted by Kronn 98SH View Post
Step 8: To clear CEL DTCs, follow these steps.

Pop the hood and go to the Under-hood Fuse Box.

Locate and remove the Clock/Radio fuse. It's the middle fuse on the top row (the only 7.5A fuse on the top row). Removing for 5 seconds is sufficient.

Put everything back together.
^
03-01-2012 04:53 PM
lude_racer420 lol wow!!!! great thread one question: by pulling the clock/radio fuse if im correct WILL clear the cel codes stored???
02-28-2012 12:56 AM
Kronn 98SH
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Originally Posted by Shimee View Post
^ I finally realized what you guys meant so I moved the thread. Its been in the resource thread for ages though.

I removed the MegaUpload link for the ATTS Guide since that site no longer exists. You will have to find it elsewhere.
'Bout fuggin time, Shimme.

The ATTS Guide is only 8.5MB. I can email it to anyone in need.
02-27-2012 01:06 PM
Shimee ^ I finally realized what you guys meant so I moved the thread. Its been in the resource thread for ages though.

I removed the MegaUpload link for the ATTS Guide since that site no longer exists. You will have to find it elsewhere.
05-13-2011 07:40 PM
Kronn 98SH
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Originally Posted by Sir Kyle View Post
Question: Why is this thread not in the sticky archive?
I say we all blame Shimee.
05-13-2011 07:22 PM
Sir Kyle Question: Why is this thread not in the sticky archive?
10-19-2010 09:31 PM
bb6chris nice info!
03-19-2010 03:32 PM
Power-Of-The-Lude thanx a mill It worked great. Found out I had some type of missfire in cyl. 1 so I'm gona have that looked at and the catalyst system came up but thats usualy why it always does, no biggie though thanx again
03-04-2010 02:06 AM
Power-Of-The-Lude Wow, this is very cool. Ima have to try it tomorrow if I find a fork piece, should have one layin about lol
02-24-2010 04:30 AM
SeigiSama
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Originally Posted by tuu View Post
Okay, I just figured out that the check engine light is actually a lighted picture of the engine thingy on the top-left of your dashboard. I had the Maintenance Required light that was below Premium Fuel Only...
Lol Dude that's your oil change guilt timer. A lot of hondas have them. You reset that when you change your oil by pushing your key into the little slot near it. It will stay green to 5k miles I think then turn yellow. If it turns red and you still haven't changed your oil, well you probably aren't checking the level either, and if you drive a 5th gen it's probably empty.
11-11-2009 04:37 PM
deludedbbsik great info! i'll be needing this later down the road.
11-02-2009 09:37 PM
Kronn 98SH Yeah, quit.
11-02-2009 09:14 PM
xxfallacyxx
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Originally Posted by shaylude01 View Post
NO. I do :0
Do what now? Stop spamming a tech thread!
11-02-2009 06:22 PM
shaylude01 NO. I do :0
11-02-2009 01:24 AM
joel_eb you're a bum! get out of here. only i get the last post.
11-01-2009 11:53 PM
xxfallacyxx I'm just a jack of all trades, I can do anything very well, but never exceptionally well
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