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Rocky Mount, VA
The engine is a SOHC for the civic in my other question.
Installed new timing componets (all) along with front eng. mount. Customer says now has a vibe @ idle but runs great! Looked at other mounts look ok. It does vibrate very little but cant say it was not there before the work. In gear holding brk. with throttle engine doesn't move in drive or rev. like another mount is bad. 377,000 mi. In drive it is better than rev. I want to blame a mtr. mount but just don't see it. Any ideas.
Seems to be common on this truck. Anyone else had this trouble? Don't think it is computer, or circuit.
Think it is going to be part of the fuel pump module, which is in the gas tank. Not serviceable!
IAT=intake air temp. This sensor should be between the air filter and the intake manifold.Fairly sure it has two wires look around and under the large rubber intake tube.You stated you replaced the cam sensor why? Engine temp. sensor code not related to camshaft.
Battery cable or cables!!!
Put the fuse back ln. Next listen for the hazard flasher clicking.Find it and remove it.This should stop the flashing lights while leaving sig. lamps working.Now the problem,it sounds like the signal lamp swiitch. That is where the flasher switch is also.Be certain the flasher switch is not stuck in the on position.
Push the unlock button twice.
Have a combustion leak test performed at most any repair shop. This wll tell if there is an lnternal engine problem like a head gasket or other problems.
Have the linkage and adjustments checked. Does reverse seem to be ok? Does park work ok ect. Low & reverse are on the same set of clutches both should work. If not CHECK the linkage.
Turn the key to the on position but do not start the engine. Now turn on your fan and see if the noise is still there.If so there is a problem with the blower fan inside the car! If the problem is just when you accelerate possiable motor mount trouble.
Check if air is blowing out of another place like the defroster.. If so you may have a vacuum leak to the mode slector.
Try cleaning the throttle body or have it cleaned. Is the check engine light on? If so have the van scanned to check for trouble codes.