Last post on Nov 18, 2013 at 1:59 PM
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Honda CR-V, Engine, SUV
#66 of 92 Re: 98 crv start stall start later [donny1300]
Apr 08, 2013 (1:05 am)
My 1998 honda crv is doing the same thing-I already replaced the fuel filter-air filter-cap & rotor-pcv valve and cooling temperature sensor but it is still doing the same thing-The next thing im going to replace is the catalyct converter which costs $225. --If that dont fix it then im gonna check the idle air control valve,intake air temperature sensor and the fuel pump...eventually im going to replace the muffler and pipe since my catalyct converter will be new -
#67 of 92 Re: 98 crv start stall start later [bambambullies1]
Apr 08, 2013 (6:29 am)
cleaning my idle tonite...let me know if convertrt does it...valves..crank sensor... still things to try
#68 of 92 Re: Stalling '98 CRV [gingerw48]
Apr 09, 2013 (11:50 pm)
Did you fix you honda, if so what did you have to replace to fix it--
#69 of 92 Re: 98 crv start stall start later [donny1300]
Apr 10, 2013 (12:57 pm)
I replaced the catalyct converter - It wanted to stall on the way to the muffler shop but on the way back it ran fine - no stalling yet - my Honda has 160,000 miles ... let me know if yours is fix and what you replaced ... im gonna test drive my car some more and ill let you know if anything changes ...
#70 of 92 Re: 98 crv start stall start later [donny1300]
Apr 10, 2013 (3:14 pm)
Hey, My car started to stall again so it wasnt the catalyct converter ... let me know if yours gets fixed .. im gonna check the fuel filter now ...
#71 of 92 Re: 98 crv start stall start later [donny1300]
Apr 10, 2013 (5:53 pm)
I just got the pressure on my fuel pump checked and it is working fine..my mechanic scanned my engine and code po108 showed up which is the map sensor..$65.00 at pep boys but i found it for $45.00 at auto tech in balwin park..when i replace it i will let u know if that was the problem..
Apr 11, 2013 (5:32 pm)
IMy dad talked to a guy....changed a part..the housing your dis.cap is connected to 3 bolts 1 connection elc.not sure what its called... sensors inside you can't fix...idle 4 hours in driveway drove 20 miles today no stall.. cleaned idle was dirty...very easy to do..20 mins... I have extra parts..that didnt fix if your problem is diff..can send u a picture of part I got if u want..i hope is it...
Apr 15, 2013 (3:56 pm)
Hey, I bought the crankshaft sensor for my car but i havent replaced it yet due to the weather - Its is located next to the timing belt which has no distributor housing - The crankshaft sensor is located either in the distributor or in the crankshaft .. mine is in the crankshaft so i dont have to replace the whole distrubutor housing - I dont know why your cranksensor is in the disributor when mine is in the crankshaft since we both have the same year, make & model cars - I hope you car is still running fine and ill let you know if the crankshaft sensor was the problem in my car - Greetings from Los Angeles ...
Apr 15, 2013 (4:43 pm)
hello from twin cities,mn...mine is running like a champ...if you don't have a check engine light(like me)never said mine was crank sensor...6-7 hour of labor just to get to crank sensor...have to remove timing belt just to get to that...good luck with that ....i got my part at salvage yard for 113$...no light probly not a sensor!