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Update – I replace crankshaft sensor, camshaft sensor, and checked the wires. Mechanic said that I need a new ECU. I’ve been browsing and can’t find an exact match part number. (I can find a match to the top number, but not the bottom)
Does anyone know what the bottom number means, or if I need to find an exact match? I can match the top but not the bottom:
My part number is
My 2002 Civic lx decided to stop working today. I lost acceleration, and the check engine light came on. I rode for half a mile at a very slow speed. There may or may not have been a little smoke coming from my engine/radiator.. I waited a little while, and then I drove up to the gas station slowly, and got some oil because I was a little low. After adding oil, the car drove fine (I inspected the bottom to find that no oil was leaking out)
I got my codes checked, and they have nothing to do with oil. It drove about 20 miles, then I stopped to grab something from the store, and it was giving very limited power. I turned it off for a second, and then it cranked and drove fine for another 10 miles.. Now, when I turn my car back on it has trouble staying on, and will barely drive. I can’t get up the street, and I really don’t know why..
Electric load detector (ELD) circuit high input
intermittent interruption in TDC 1 sensor circuit
So do I just need a new ELD, and a Camshaft position sensor, or does this problem mean something else?
someone told me TDC could be crankshaft position sensor, and others say it is cam shift sensor.. which one is it, or both?
I ordered ELD and CamShaft sensor, because they are not carried in my local part stores.
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