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    Where is the OBD 1 testing outlet on my 95 Honda Passport?

    My check engine light comes on when I'm going down the road, goes off when I slow down. Looks to be running rich. I cant find the trouble code test leads to jump across to get the trouble codes. Any helpful hints would be appreciated. I've pulled codes before with a paperclip and voltmeter.

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    >> Any helpful hints would be appreciated.

    Sorry I only know about the general Honda facts. I own a 94 Civic and there are NO ODB1 port. The jumper is usually located at the pass. kick panel. The ECU has a led light that will indicate the engine code: Here are the generic Honda codes:

    OLD HONDA engine code

    http://forums.hondatuningmagazine.com/70/6446426/honda-crx-ef-civic/some-ef-info/index.html


    EF Ecu Trouble Codes
    Reading EF ecu Trouble codes
    Reading them's pretty simple. When there is a long flash this indicates tens and a short flash indicates ones.

    For example: Flaaaaaash Flaaaaaash Flash = code 21
    Flaaaaaash Flash = code 11
    Flash Flash = code 2

    1) Primary oxygen sensor- Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    2) Oxygen sensor "B" - Defective circiut or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    3) MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) Sensor - Defective circuit or unplugged/ Sensor
    4) CKP (Crankshaft Position Sensor) - Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    5) MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) sensor -Mechanical problem/ Disconnected piping
    6) ECT ( Engine Coolant Temperature) Sensor- Defective circuit or unplugged/ Sensor
    7) TP (Throttle Position) Sensor -Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    TDC (Top Dead Centre) Sensor -Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    9) CYP (Cylinder) - Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    10) IAT (Intake Air Temperature)sensor- Defective circuit or unplugged/Defective sensor
    12) EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) -Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    13) Atmospheric Pressure Sensor - Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    14) IAC (Intake Air Control) Valve- Defective circuit or unplugged / Defective sensor
    15) Ignition Output Signal - Missing or defective ignition output signal
    16) Fuel Injector System - Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective fuel injector
    17) VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) - Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    19) Automatic transmission lockup control Solenoid Valve- Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective solenoid. A/T Only.
    20) Electronic Load Detector - Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    21) VTEC Solenoid Valve- Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective solenoid
    22) VTEC Oil Pressure Switch - Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective switch
    23) Knock Sensor - Defective circuit or unplugged / Defective sensor
    30) Automatic Transmission Signal- Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    31) Automatic Transmission Signal "B"- Defective circuit or unplugged/ Defective sensor
    41) Primary Oxygen Sensor Heater- Circiut malfunction
    43) Fuel Supply System - Defective or malfunctioning Fuel Supply Sytem
    45) System too lean or too rich - Malfunction in the fuel monitoring systems
    48) LAF (Lean Air Fuel) sensor - Defective circuit or unplugged / Defective sensor
    54) CKF (Crankshaft Speed Fluctuation) sensor- Defective circuit or unplugged / Defective sensor
    61) Primary Oxygen sensor circuit- High/ Low Voltage, Or slow response
    63) Secondary Oxygen Sensor circuit- High/ Low Voltage, Or slow response
    67) Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold- Malfunctioning catalyst system
    70) Automatic Transmission - Malfunction with Automatic Transmission Controls
    71-74) Random misfire in Cylinders 1-4- Condition present Creating Misfire
    80) EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) Insufficient Flow Detected
    86) ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature) Circuir Range / Performance Problem
    90) Evaporative Emissions Contrlo System - Leak Detected In Fuel Tank Area
    91) Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor- Low Input
    92) Evaporative Emission Control System Control System- Insufficient Purge Flow


    Good Luck....


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