P0606 code

Asked by Mar 11, 2018 at 11:07 AM about the 2009 Honda Civic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi guys , my civic 2009 show p0606 code this code
for a bad processor but i changed the ecu and still
have the same problem the car start good with no
issue but when i put it in " d " for a while then
engine light show and no throttle response this
fault show on the new and the old ecu
What can i do for that ????

2 Answers

Google the code.

30

Hi there my 2010 civic was doing the same problem I replaced the ECM still had the same results as you I work in the Nissan dealership shop next to a Honda shop they have never seen this code in a Honda so we started eliminating things checking all the ground wires then pull the spark plugs and found that my spark plugs had burnt down to twice the gap that they was supposed to be I replaced the plugs fix the problem must have been putting a lot of strain on the coils causing the e c u to go into limp mode so your problem is probably your spark plugs are good be your coil on plugs

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