Honda 1.6L Index of Articles

A failed upstream O2 sensor heater element causing a P0135: Primary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Primary HO2S)(Sensor 1) Heater Circuit Malfunction trouble code is a very common... [read more]

Testing the throttle position sensor (TPS) to see if it has failed and causing a TPS diagnostic trouble code (DTC) is not hard. As a matter-o'-fact, to test the TPS on your... [read more]

Quite a few things can cause your 1.6L Honda Civic (Civic del Sol) to Crank but Not Start. For example: a bad fuel pump, a bad igniter (ignition control module), a bad... [read more]

Quite a few things can fool your Honda's PCM (Powertrain Control Module = fuel injection computer) into thinking the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor is bad when it... [read more]

The thing that complicates troubleshooting a misfire condition on your 1995-2000 Honda 1.6 equipped Civic (Civic del Sol) is that the root cause could lie in failed spark... [read more]

A lot of things can cause your Honda Civic to crank but not start and a busted timing belt is one such thing. It stinks that your Civic is not starting but the cool thing... [read more]

This article will walk you thru' the entire testing and diagnostics/troubleshooting of the 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99,... [read more] at:

Finding the ‘dead’ cylinder is usually the most important first step in trying to troubleshoot a misfire, especially when the computer doesn't register any... [read more]

When the upstream oxygen sensor fails (commonly known as O2S11) on your OBD II equipped 1.6L Honda vehicle, you're gonna' see the check engine light lit up on your... [read more]

Testing the engine compression on your 1.6L Honda Civic (Civic Del Sol) is a pretty easy and simple affair, since the spark plugs are right on top of the engine. This... [read more]