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Old 09-25-2007, 04:19 PM   #1
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I have had a check engine light for some time now and i finally got around to checking the codes which came up with a P1337 on a scanner tool. I was wondering what this code is and what could be wrong and any suggestion on how to fix it. thanks. eric.

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I have had a check engine light for some time now and i finally got around to checking the codes which came up with a P1337 on a scanner tool. I was wondering what this code is and what could be wrong and any suggestion on how to fix it. thanks. eric.

edit: 97 civic dx 5spd
P1337 = bad flux capacitor
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no seriously i looked the code up on one of the lists in the how to section and it says
"P1337 Engine Speed (RPM) Fluctuation Sensor No Signal" lol after thinking about this i wasnt sure if u are serious or just using a back to the future refference but regardless n e guess on how to fix it and what is wrong lol.
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no seriously i looked the code up on one of the lists in the how to section and it says
"P1337 Engine Speed (RPM) Fluctuation Sensor No Signal" lol after thinking about this i wasnt sure if u are serious or just using a back to the future refference but regardless n e guess on how to fix it and what is wrong lol.
Your speed sensor is prob shot. It sits on top of the tranny.
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i never even knew manual trannys had those
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Your speed sensor is prob shot. It sits on top of the tranny.
^^^^^wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong^^^^^

engine speed fluctuation sensor is driven off the crank, a seperate exciter ring with a magnetic sensor that recieves a signal when each tool passes. your ECU is no longer seeing this signal. most likely bad wiring or a bad sensor. you do have to remove the crank pulley and atleast lower timing belt cover. if you have no experience working cars... then here...


The scan tool indicates Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P1337: No signal in the Crankshaft Speed Fluctuation (CKF) sensor circuit.

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The diagnostic system has a pulser rotor on the crankshaft and a pulse pick-up sensor on the engine block. The ECM/PCM monitors the crankshaft speed fluctuation based on the CKF sensor signal, and judges that an engine misfire occurred if the fluctuation goes beyond a predetermined limit.


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^--- Very nice...
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i could hear it for sure. as for throwing me back into my seat and into a world of road ecstacy and high rpm sex mashed with powerful bursts of speed and exhaust notes that would make any normal person squeel with the most incredible amout of rapture. no. not really. i still felt it but i dunno if im just retarded and dont know anybetter. it feels quicker than when it was not working at all. but i still need to get a new solinoid i think.
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^^^^^wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong^^^^^
That'll teach me.
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lol its all good. and thanks
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lol its all good. and thanks
No...thank you.
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thank you very much this has been very helpful i really appreciate it bud.
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lol i couldnt find this thread in so long. i never tried to fix it because i have been super busy with work and the short days have been owning me. but lol the pictures are gone that i was gunna run off of from lsvtecek4 so i cant do this is there any way that you can get them up again so i can try this out and see if thats the problem...i was told it could be my dizzy but i think your solution seems more valid. so if there is any way you could get it back up it would be greatly appreciated. thanks bro. also is it bad if i have driven this long with the cel on?
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also it wouldnt be because i tapped into the wire on the dizzy to grab a signal for my tach would it? it almost seems it was not too long after i did that and rinsed down my engine bay a bit. lol. i really want to get this fixed quick its been bothering me. thanks.
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BuMpItY bUmP bUmP!!!
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finally someone w the same prob. i have CEL # 1336 & 1337 same thing. i read about it and it doesnt look like the sensor is an easy fix. its all the way down there and i was wondering. does your car feel sluggish? i have a d16y8 w ps and ac and i was wondering if it makes my car go into "limp mode"

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