Acura OBD/OBD2 Codes >> Acura 96–98 3.2TL

96–98 3.2TL

 

OBD2

MIL

P0106

5

MAP Circuit Range/Performance Problem

P0107

3

MAP Circuit Low Input

P0108

3

MAP Circuit High Input

P0111

10

IAT Range/Performance Problem

P0112

10

IAT Circuit Low Input

P0113

10

IAT Circuit High Input

P0116

86

ECT Circuit Range/Performance

P0117

6

ECT Circuit Low Input

P0118

6

ECT Circuit High Input

P0122

7

TP Circuit Low Input

P0123

7

TP Circuit High Input

P0131

2

Sensor 1 Primary HO2S Circuit Low Voltage

P0132

2

Sensor 1 Primary HO2S Circuit High Voltage

P0133

62

Primary HO2S Slow Response

P0135

42

Primary HO2S Heater Circuit Malfunction

P0137

63

Secondary HO2S Circuit Low Voltage

P0138

63

Secondary HO2S Circuit High Voltage

P0139

63

Secondary HO2S Slow Response

P0141

65

Secondary HO2S Heater Circuit Malfunction (Sensor 2)

P0151

1

LH Primary HO2S Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 1)

P0152

1

LH Primary HO2S Circuit High Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 1)

P0153

61

LH Primary HO2S Slow Response (Bank 2 Sensor 1)

P0155

41

LH Primary HO2S Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2 Sensor 1)

P0171

46

System Too Lean RH Bank (Bank 1)

P0172

46

System Too Rich RH Bank (Bank 1)

P0174

45

System Too Lean LH Bank (Bank 2)

P0175

45

System Too Rich LH Bank (Bank 2)

P0325

53

RH KS (Bank 1) Circuit Malfunction

P0330

23

LH KS (Bank 2) Circuit Malfunction

P0335

4

CKP Sensor 1 Circuit Malfunction

P0336

4

CKP Sensor 1 Range/Performance

P0401

80

EGR Insufficient Flow

P0420

67

Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold

P0441

92

EVAP Improper Purge Flow

P0452

91

Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input

P0453

91

Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input

P0505

14

IAC System Malfunction

P0700, P0715, P0720, P0730, P0740, P0753, P0758

70

A/T

P1106

13

Barometric Pressure Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Malfunction

P1107

13

BARO Circuit Low Input

P1108

13

BARO Circuit High Input

P1121

7

Throttle Position Lower Than Expected

P1122

7

Throttle Position Higher Than Expected

P1128

5

MAP Lower Than Expected

P1129

5

MAP Higher Than Expected

P1201

71

Cylinder 1 Misfire

P1202

72

Cylinder 2 Misfire

P1203

73

Cylinder 3 Misfire

P1204

74

Cylinder 4 Misfire

P1205

75

Cylinder 5 Misfire

P1206

76

Cylinder 6 Misfire

P1300

Random Misfire

P1301

71

Cylinder 1 Misfire

P1302

72

Cylinder 2 Misfire

P1303

73

Cylinder 3 Misfire

P1304

74

Cylinder 4 Misfire

P1305

75

Cylinder 5 Misfire

P1306

76

Cylinder 6 Misfire

P1316

79

Spark Plug Voltage Detection Circuit Malfunction, LH Bank (Bank 2)

P1317

79

Spark Plug Voltage Detection Circuit Malfunction, RH Bank (Bank 1)

P1318

79

Spark Plug Voltage Detection Module Reset Circuit Malfunction, LH Bank (Bank 2)

P1319

79

Spark Plug Voltage Detection Module Reset Circuit Malfunction, RH Bank (Bank 2)

P1336

54

CKP Sensor 2 Intermittent Interruption

P1337

54

CKP Sensor 2 No Signal

P1381

9

CYP Sensor 1 Intermittent Interruption

P1382

9

CYP Sensor 1 No Signal

P1386

59

CYP Sensor 2 Intermittent Interruption (3.2TL)

P1387

59

CYP Sensor 2 No Signal (3.2TL)

P1456

90

Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (Fuel Tank System)

P1457

90

Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (Control Canister System)

P1459

92

EVAP Purge Flow Switch Malfunction

P1491

12

EGR Valve Lift Insufficient Detected

P1498

12

EGR Valve Lift Sensor High Voltage

P1508

14

IAC Valve Circuit Failure

P1607

PCM Internal Circuit Failure

P1690

35

Traction Control System STB Line Failure

P1696

36

Traction Control Fuel Cut Signal Low Input

P1697

36

Traction Control Fuel Cut Signal High Input

P1705, P1706, P1753, P1758, P1768, P1791

70

A/T

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Tab
Tab
4 years ago

I’m throwing codes p1508, p1457 and p0113. What’s going to be the cheapest fix and which is the most important to fix first severity wise of not blowing up my car.

Benjamin Jerew
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4 years ago
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T-

No, not likely to explode, at least I don’t think so, haha! P0113 refers to the IAT circuit, which could be something as simple as a broken wire or a dead intake air temperature sensor, I did a quick search, but couldn’t find a diagram showing its location. It should be located on the intake tube near the throttle body, usually a two-wire connection. It might also be part of the MAF sensor.

P1457 refers to an EVAP leak, which might require a smoke machine to sniff out, unless you can find something obvious, like a loose gas cap or someone refueled while the engine was running. My first guess would be to replace the gas cap and clear DTCs, especially on a car this old. My next step would be to look for any obvious damage, such as cracked vacuum lines, EVAP hoses and tubes, or rusty EVAP system parts.

P1508 refers to the IAC circuit. Check the connector and the wiring going to the IAC. As far as I can tell, the IAC is mounted to the bottom of the throttle body.

Regarding priorities, I’d shoot for the IAT and IAC problems, as these are directly affecting your fuel economy and performance. The EVAP problem won’t let you pass inspection, but it won’t cause any problems with the engine or reliability.

-Ben