CTR Rev Matching and Emissions Issues w/Check Engine light.

  1. tacthecat

    tacthecat Senior Member

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    Doubtful the US and UK use the same harness supplier.
     
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    hondatech nate Senior Member

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    It definitely is not. When you start messing with the harness on your own when the car is under warranty you are risking honda denying further claims. It's under warranty I would just take it to the dealer and get a whole new harness for free then mess with something you don't need to.
     
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    Oh, they almost certainly do. It's all about cost. It's cheaper for Delphi to make 300,000 harnesses a year in Mexico or China and ship them to the US, Canada, Mexico, and the UK than it is to have four companies make 75,000 harnesses locally.
     
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    Parts are from too many places there is no way to be on top of QC, so things got slide
     
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    Taking mine in tomorrow. The entire wiring harness will be replaced. It's what Honda Motor Co wants (not the dealer)
     
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    Fell victim to the same problem on the weekend, new wiring harness has been ordered!! CrazyDB34363D-D1B0-4B7E-958B-E053B437D4AD_zpsagbl59nr.jpg

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    Just got hit with the same fault. What's the latest news about the fix for this? I have a service appointment tomorrow morning.

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    Geez! This is really popping up a lot. Is it inevitable for us all?
     
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    They can solder it as a temporary fix while the wiring harness gets to the dealership. That's Honda's solution
     
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    If they were making 300k of them I would agree. Would think the 2- 8k they would be making for the CTR would not lend itself to a mass (mess) production effort. More likely the parts are made in a specialty (low volume) shop. Not sure we'll ever use 300k or even 75k of a CTR unique item.
     
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    Only if you drive your car...
     
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    This is exactly what happened to me. Dealership was able to repair the faulty connector and release the car back to me but Honda wants the whole harness replaced. The dealership ordered the part and surprisingly, it came in overnight. I've got an appointment to go back next week and get it swapped out, they want the engine cold so I have to drop it off right before they close so they can work on it first thing in the morning.
     
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    wonder if 2nd batch of cars haven't hit the dealers yet because this is being done at the port.
     
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    I turned off the auto blip function before leaving the dealership...
    (i always heel toe myself...would be too weird too have a system do it for me)

    Can the error still trigger without the system being used?
     
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    It also pops an emissions error, it seems that the wire is actually disconnecting based on the picture so I would think it would throw the code either way.
     
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