Oh, okay, I was just suggesting trying to blow air through the Purge valve to see if it was sticking open, usually a starting issue after refueling has something to do with the Evap (fuel vapor management system). If you can't blow air through the original Purge valve I would put that one back on the vehicle for now, since it's the OEM Honda part. The one you got is most likely an aftermarket part.
So, the C1555 code is the only code you're getting, correct? The code definition is a bit odd, stating that its the number 1 cylinder fuel injector circuit being low, but then also stating the Crankshaft position sensor B circuit malfunction. I would think a circuit issue with a fuel injector would set a misfire code as well. When you say it starts after 3 turns, do you mean the engine starts after cranking over, or do you mean actually turning the wheel this code will set?
Its pretty easy to check a fuel injector circuit, but I don't see how an injector would set a Chassis code. Is the C0700 code setting as well still?
I see a different code definition at another location C1555 is "Steering Wheel sensor out of range" which would make more sense being a chassis code, but is the vehicle still hard to start? Or is this something to do with actually turning the wheel?
This vehicle does have a Steering Angle Sensor which is part of the VSA system which incorporates the ABS, Electronic Brake Distribution, Traction control, Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) and Brake Assist components. So, if turning the steering wheel sets this code, it might be something to do with the Steering angle sensor. Sometimes they need to be recalibrated with a capable scan tool. The scan tool would need to be able to communicate with the VSA module to calibrate all the sensors. There are multiple sensors along with the Steering angle, such as the Yaw Rate-lateral acceleration sensor which is an input for the actual angle of tilt the vehicle makes when turning, even though it is such a small amount, these sensors are very sensitive. The wheel speed sensors which input to the ABS module. I'm going to look at some other locations for any information on the C1555, because I don't think it has anything to do with the crankshaft sensor or injector wiring.
And what code set for Engine coolant high circuit, that would cause a starting issue since the engine coolant temperature sensor is one of the main inputs on starting.
Thursday, November 16th, 2023 AT 11:55 AM