2014 Honda Pilot oil on spark plugs

2014 Honda Pilot oil on spark plugs

Honda Pilot On the 2014 Honda Pilot, when there is oil getting into the spark plug tubes, this is more commonly due to worn spark plug tube seals. These are “donut” type seals that fit onto the top on the spark plug tubes. They are located under the valve covers. Most better quality valve cover sets will include these seals with the set. The brand name “Felpro” in part number: VS 50773 R will contain the valve cover gaskets and seals, which will be all you need to solve this issue….

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2012 Chevy Traverse P2122 P2138 APP Sensor

2012 Chevy Traverse P2122 P2138 APP Sensor

Chevy Traverse On the 2012 Chevy Traverse,  the P2122 and P2138 codes are directly related and are pointing to a problem with the Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor. This sensor is built into and part of the accelerator pedal assembly. Inspect the electrical connector and wire harness for any loose, broken or damaged wires. Inspect the electrical connector for any signs of water intrusion. If no problems are found, replacing the Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor should solve the problem. Does your vehicle have a similar problem? Get connected to a Live Q&A…

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2003 Toyota Matrix P0136 Oxygen Sensor

2003 Toyota Matrix P0136 Oxygen Sensor

Toyota Matrix On the 2003 Toyota Matrix, the P0136 is a very straight forward code pointing to a problem with the “downstream” (bank-1/sensor-2) oxygen sensor. These are very common wear-and-tear fail items. The sensor is located under the vehicle, mounted to the rear of the catalytic converter. Carefully inspect the electrical connector and wire harness for any loose, broken or damaged wires. If no problems are found, replacing the sensor should solve the problem. To replace, unplug the electrical connector and unscrew the sensor from the exhaust. Does your vehicle have…

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2007 Nissan Sentra P2A00 Air-Fuel Sensor

2007 Nissan Sentra P2A00 Air-Fuel Sensor

Nissan Sentra On the 2007 Nissan Sentra, the P2A00 is a fairly straight forward code pointing to a problem with the A/F Sensor (very similar in design and function to an oxygen sensor… just “smarter”). The sensor is mounted to the exhaust manifold. Carefully inspect the electrical connector and wire harness for any loose, broken or damaged wires. Make sure there are no leaks in the exhaust system, like in a pipe or at the manifold itself. If any leaks are found, these must be repaired first. If no problems are found,…

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