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96 Honda Accord Cylinder position intermittent interuption

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    Christopher Money
    Christopher Money
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    I’m so stumped with this car. It’s a 1996 Honda Accord F22B1 2.2L w/vtec. The CEL started coming on and I got a code for “cylinder position sensor intermittent interruption” I changed the plugs/wires and the distributor. I’m not really sure what else to do. The car runs fine, every now and then it’ll have a rough start but it adjusts and runs fine. I just don’t know what else to change or check. Sorry if I posted wrong or this has been covered I’ve never used forums I know you have your rules and I apologize if I broke one. Thanks for any help it’s greatly appreciated.

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    EricTheCarGuy 1
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    I would check the crank sensor wiring. You will need to remove the crank pulley and lower timing cover to do this. Given that you’re going that far you might consider just replacing the timing belt and water pump. I’ve seen the sensor wiring damaged during a timing belt replacement causing similar issues.

    I’ve also seen loose timing belts caused a similar issue.

    Good hunting and please keep us posted.

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