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Old 04-29-2011, 11:28 AM   #1
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P1410 and P1399 codes

Finally got an OBD II reader to try and figure out the CEL that plagues me.

I've had the misfire codes (P1300 thru P1304 and P1399). I cleared the codes and after some driving, P1399 and P1410 show up. Would the air pump cause a misfire code? Any ideas on what I should check?
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Old 04-29-2011, 03:35 PM   #2
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Air pump shouldn't effect a misfire. As far as the misfire goes, switch around the coils and see if the misfire follows that coil so you can tell if its the coil, plug or something worse(hopefully it's not). As for the air pump, i've gotten that CEL before too. Turns out a hose just got disconnected when the guys at Honda were installed a new canister shut valve. I used this link to check all the connection and it helped me. Hopefully that's your problem, easy fix, just plug it back in securely.

http://forums.s2kca.com/showthread.p...+air+injection
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Old 04-29-2011, 04:12 PM   #3
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Thanks. I did clear the codes and I got the P1399 again with driving. I'm going to keep an eye out for the CEL and see if just one cylinder shows up misfiring. Then I'll swap packs. In the past, I've had to wait to get to the mechanic to check the codes. I think that with driving so long after the light comes on, I end up showing misfires on all cylinders.
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Old 04-29-2011, 04:31 PM   #4
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does it ever run poorly Jimbo?
has it ever shown a multiple misfire code, or a lean code?

you've reset the valves twice, aye?

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Old 04-29-2011, 05:50 PM   #5
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The S runs good. The idle is a little rough sometimes (I never noticed until my mechanic buddy told me).

The codes that I've had are:
P1300
P1301
P1302
P1303
P1304
P1399 (Multiple misfires)

And the newest was:
P1410

And yarp, the valves have been adjusted twice. Only had to do the exhausts this last time, they were a little tight.
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Does it ever hard start?......excessive cranking?
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Does it ever hard start?......excessive cranking?
Nope.

And jagg, I'm sorry about the comment over on the other site. The old guy I work with dreams of having one of those. Twas a joke, hope you weren't offended.
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thanks Doc,

I'm not offended at all. It's time to move on to something a little cushier, ya know?

I only had to give 11 grand 'n my stewie to get the Buick.
I'm pumped. Low milage! HUGE trunk...

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So I clear my codes and drive around for a couple of days with no CEL. Now I've got a P0410 (not the P1410) code and no CEL. WTF?
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So I clear my codes and drive around for a couple of days with no CEL. Now I've got a P0410 (not the P1410) code and no CEL. WTF?
comes up as air pump malfunction. check the air pump (60A) fuse in the auxiliary under-hood fuse box. if it's not ok repair short in the wire between the AIP PUMP (60 A) fuse and the air pump. Then replace the AIR PUMP (60 A) fuse.
If its ok check the air pump relay.
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comes up as air pump malfunction. check the air pump (60A) fuse in the auxiliary under-hood fuse box. if it's not ok repair short in the wire between the AIP PUMP (60 A) fuse and the air pump. Then replace the AIR PUMP (60 A) fuse.
If its ok check the air pump relay.
hope this helps
Thanks. I just can't figure out why I'm throwing all of these codes in such a random fashion. I just plugged my OBD II back in and it tells me that there are no codes.
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sounds like you had some old stored codes in with the current secondary air injection system stuff, Doc.

I'd fix it too, but it isn't likely to make the car run poorly.
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Car runs good though. Because of the misfire codes and the results of the leak down test, my buddy says we should pull the head, lath the valves and stick a new head gasket in there.
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