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Old 12-14-05, 01:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Ecu throwing a code 9

How do I go about fixing this? Is it as simple as a sensor that needs replaced? If I was to take it to a mechanic is this a big $$$ fix? Thanks
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code 9 is #1 cylinder position, I have no idea what it means though.
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No. Cylinder Position Sensor.
Were you getting ready to replace your timing belt and water pump?
I hope so, look into spending between $700 and $1300 (depending on where you go and if you get the timing belt and water pump done).
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How do I go about fixing this? Is it as simple as a sensor that needs replaced? If I was to take it to a mechanic is this a big $$$ fix? Thanks
Sensor detects position of #1 cylinder, it uses a signal to trigger the sequential fuel injection... cylinder sensor is located behind the camshaft pulleys on the left or front bank of cylinders for all g1 (coupe/sedan) legends.

It could also be a sign of a faulty/bad distributor in which the cylinder sensor signal is generated by the rotation of toothed wheels passing through the pick-up coils.

... more suggestions;

https://www.acura-legend.com/vbulleti...ylinder+sensor

... hope this helps and good luck
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