Matchmaker16 months ago

A P0335 "check engine light" code could be caused by:

Pete_W5 months ago

There are several timing marks for your balance shaft that we recommend you line up to TDC before removing your balance shaft belts.

Red4 months ago

Today I’ll be showing you how to service and replace your crankshaft position sensor in a 2000 Honda Accord with a F23A1 VTEC SOHC engine.

petHead4 months ago

Without this data, the engine will either not run or run very poorly. Typical symptoms are difficulty starting or the engine may shut off randomly, creating a very dangerous situation for not only the driver but the passengers as well.

Corrie19994 months ago

Once you have replaced your Honda Accord crankshaft position sensor, you can use a scan tool to properly clear your OBDII check engine code of P0335. Hopefully we’ve helped you learn how To Change a Honda Accord Crankshaft Position Sensor, if you have any questions please leave us a comment below!

petHead4 months ago

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Corrie19994 months ago

This harness to your crankshaft position sensor runs through your lower timing plate, which must be removed to change a Honda Accord Crankshaft Position Sensor. In order to do this, you must lower your engine if still connected to your chassis, and remove the crankshaft pulley or harmonic balancer.

Red4 months ago

Unplug your four pin connector that runs to your crankshaft position sensor in your Honda Accord. Here’s what your pigtail looks like mounted to your F23A1. It’s secured by a 10mm bolt that runs through the back of your VTEC SOHC engine.

Watergirl4 months ago

Now you can remove all the 10mm bolts that hold your lower timing cover in place. Remove these special bolts and then make your way to the valve cover, you will need to back off the valve cover bolts that run through to the cylinder head.

Corrie19994 months ago

This How To Change a Honda Accord Crankshaft Position Sensor DIY Guide assumes you have already removed your driver side engine mount and supported your engine with a jack. Please check our How To Change a Honda Accord Timing Belt Guide for more details.

R2_Amazeballs4 months ago

Loosen all the valve cover bolts, but do not remove and gently loosen your valve cover. Lift the valve cover to allow enough space for your upper SOHC VTEC timing cover to come off your engine. There are 2 10mm bolts that run through the upper cover to the cylinder head, remove these to loosen your upper timing cover.

MechExp4 months ago

If you still need help regarding the P0335 trouble code, please post your question in our FREE car repair forums.

Corrie19994 months ago

NOTE: If the crank sensor is used only for misfire detection and NOT spark timing (this varies with the vehicle), the vehicle should start and run with MIL (Malfunction indicator lamp) illumination. Also, some vehicles require several key cycles to illuminate the MIL. If this is the case, there may be no MIL illumination until the problem often enough over time. If the crank sensor is used for BOTH misfire detection and spark timing, the vehicle may or may not start. Symptoms may include:

Matchmaker14 months ago

Now slide off your lower timing cover and pull down to release from your side motor mount. You should now see your timing belt assembly as well as your F23A1 balance shafts and belts. The crankshaft position sensor in your Honda Accord is located behind the crank trigger plate.

Fireboy4 months ago

With the bolt removed, you should be able to wiggle off your crankshaft pulley and set it safely to the side. Make sure remove your woodruff key and keep that as safe as your pulley.

Matchmaker14 months ago

This may be difficult if you are working on the ground with hand tools and don’t have a air compressor with the right air tools. Use a Honda crankshaft wrench, Moroso part number 61805 to properly loosen your crankshaft bolt without air tools.

Watergirl4 months ago

This code is basically identical to P0385. This code P0335 refers to Crankshaft Posistion Sensor "A", whereas P0385 refers to Crankshaft Position Sensor "B". Other crank sensor codes include P0016, P0017, P0018, P0019, P0335, P0336, P0337, P0338, P0339, P0385, P0386, P0387, P0388, and P0389.

Col Minessota4 months ago

The crankshaft position sensor (CKP) measures crankshaft location and relays this information to the PCM (Powertrain Control Module).

R2_Amazeballs4 months ago

Before removing your balance shaft belts to reach your crankshaft position sensor, you will need to double check timing marks to ensure your F23a1 is at TDC. Again for more details check our How To DIY Guide on changing the Honda Accord timing belt.

Pete_W4 months ago

You can take one of two paths to removing your crankshaft position sensor and replacing it. You can loosen your timing belt tensioner bolt, the longated bolt located in the middle of your tensioner arm. This should allow enough slack as to gently back off your lower crank pulley plate and undo the 10mm bolt that holds the crankshaft position sensor in place.

Mary4 months ago

If this is not an option for you, check out our How To Change a Honda Accord Timing Belt guide on how to properly time and remove your F23A1 belts to service your crankshaft position sensor.

Fionas_Boy4 months ago

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Watergirl4 months ago

Before you begin our DIY guide on How To Change a Honda Accord Crankshaft Position Sensor, you should disconnect the negative terminal on your battery. As stated previously, this guide assumes you can raise and lower your F23 already, which is mandatory when changing your timing belt.

Bri19874 months ago

The OBDII trouble code of P0335 is known as a “hard” code, meaning severely detrimental to the operation of your Accord engine. More specifically the DTC P0335 represents a lack of signal from the crankshaft position sensor. The crankshaft position sensor in your Honda Accord informs your ECU of the crankshaft speed and current location.

Matchmaker14 months ago

The part number for this part is 37840-P0A-A01 for the crankshaft position sensor in your Honda Accord. It can also be found under the part number of 37840-PAA-A01.

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