1.5L – 1.6L

Our database of OBDII trouble code check engine codes and DIY how to’s for the Honda D15 and D16 1.5 and 1.6L engines.

Honda Civic P0135 Trouble Code – Test your O2 Sensor

Honda Civic P0135 Trouble Code 3

The Honda Civic P0135 trouble code in your late model Honda signifies an issue with your oxygen sensor heater element. The specific code for the P0135 OBDII trouble code is Primary Heated Oxygen Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction. It means there’s a…
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P0106 Honda 1.6L – Test a Civic MAP Sensor


OBDII P0106 Honda trouble code is a troublesome one, and has to do with your Honda Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor or MAP. This check engine trouble code is known as P0106 and the specific Honda language around this code is for Manifold…
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P0505 Honda 1.6 – Test your Civic IAC


When you have a P0505 Honda OBDII trouble code, there’s something wrong with the idle air controller in your Honda. Today I’ll be showing you how to test your Civic IAC to resolve the Honda trouble code, and the specific model…
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P0135 Honda 1.6L – Test a Civic 02 Sensor


This article is meant to assist you in resolving the OBDII P0135 Honda DTC Trouble Code, which relates to your primary oxygen sensor or Honda Civic 02 Sensor. The proper terminology for this trouble code is O2 Bank 1 Sensor 1 Heater…
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P0121 Honda 1.6L – How To Test Civic TPS


The P0121 Honda OBDII Diagnostic Trouble Code occurs when your Honda Civic D16 ECU receives a throttle position signal that’s lower than what it expects. The throttle position sensor (TPS) is a huge part of how the Powertrain Control Module…
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P0171 Honda 1.6L – How To Test a Oxygen Sensor


The P0171 Honda OBDII Diagnostic Trouble Code relates to an oxygen sensor in Bank 1 having too long of a lean ( not enough fuel ) condition. This OBDII check engine code is common in high mileage SOHC D16 Honda engines. It…
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P1129 Honda 1.6L – How To Test a MAP Sensor


What does the OBDII DTC Trouble Code P1129 Mean?   The P1129 Honda OBDII Trouble Code is caused by your PCM receiving too high of a signal from the Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor. This can also be caused if your vehicle…
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