Honda 2.2L, 2.3L Index of Articles

OBD II trouble code P0420 Catalyst Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 1) is the code that let's you know that the catalytic converter on your 2.2L/2.3L Honda is not cleaning... [read more]

Testing a Cranks but Does Not Start Condition on your Honda equipped with a 2.2L or 2.3L can have you pulling your hair out, since quite a few things can fail and cause your... [read more]

This tutorial will help you to test one or all of the fuel injectors on your Honda Accord (or Odyssey or Prelude) with a simple multimeter resistance test. Now, it's rare... [read more]

One of the most expensive automotive repairs any Honda owner can experience is having to replace a blown head gasket. If you've had the misfortune of having to replace... [read more]

Diagnosing a blown head gasket on your Honda Accord or Odyssey or Prelude (or Isuzu Oasis) can be easily done with or without tools. I have used three different methods,... [read more]

Having worked on cars as a professional tech for about 20+ years now , I can tell you that I love working on Hondas! Why? For the simple fact that they are very easy to... [read more]

Making sure the fuel pump is really fried, before you replace it, is easy to do on your Honda Accord (or Odyssey or Prelude or Isuzu Oasis) and I'll show you how in this... [read more]

This is a real life case study about finding a bad fuel injector on a 1994 Honda 2.2L equipped vehicle with a few simple testing techniques. Now, having said that, the info... [read more]

A broken timing belt will keep your Honda Accord (or Odyssey or Prelude or Isuzu Oasis) from starting. You Honda will crank but not start. Testing for a broken timing... [read more]

Testing the engine compression, and more importantly knowing how to interpret the results of an engine compression test, is one of the most important diagnostic tools that... [read more]