i have this honda city 97 model,,check engine lights on everytime i started my car,,and the worst thing is the idle was not good


Asked by Nov 27, 2013 at 11:30 AM about the 1997 Honda City

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Get a OBD scanner and get some P codes and post them.

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I suspect an intake air temperature sensor...the computer can not see how rich or lean to make it under the ambient conditions~ https://www.google.com/#q=1997+Honda+City+intake+air+temperature+sen sor&tbm=shop

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get your own 17 OBD-II scanner~

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thanks guys!!!this is awesome.....


Hi , I have a type 2 honda city(2003)..where is the OBD port located?..would appreciate a pic,thanks, Ced

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my engine light lit up when i speed up.. prior to that i removed my speedo cable because of the squeaking noise it makes.

rogelio i have d same problem with you. how did you fix the problem. is there any sensors replaced?


does honda city 1997 have OBD Port? please anyone help me i cant find where to find it


Behind the sound player or CD player you will find 2 sockets . One with 3 pen and one with 2 pen. Let's off your engine first. Jumper the 2 pen socket with a wire or anything which can connect these two points on 2pin socket. Now on the ignition only. Note pls do not start. When u on the ignition the engine or check light will blink Now find out for example first blink is 2 seconds long that means 10 and 2nd blink is .50 second which means 1 so now count down the long blink and short blinking. You can note the error code and find out on Google the error code meaning

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