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...witha p1361 code anybody no what a tdc 1 sensor circuit is TDC top dead center sensor. Tells when the #1 piston is at top dead center position. P1361 Intermittent Interruption In TDC 1 Sensor ...

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...tdc sensor intrmittent interruption p1361 is intermittent interruption in tdc 1 sensor curcuit Turns out Top Dead Center (TDC) sensor is bad. the sensor is located behind timing chain cover, you have ...

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Question about 2001 Civic

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...tdc sensor The TDC sensor is just under the cam shaft towards the firewall. It is secured with one 10mm bolt. Stuff a rag underneath and around the sensor to prevent dropping the bolt or sensor into ...

Question about 2002 Civic

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...TDC #1 sensor circuit problem on a 2001 Honda Civic? THe code is P1361 and P1362 P1361 is a misfire code, and P1362 is a TDC sensor (or crankshaft position sensor) code. The known possible repair is ...

...TDC sensor failure, the plug could be dirty or you may need to replace the sensor. Here's a ...

Question about 2001 Civic

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tdc sensor what will happen to my car if the tdc sensor is not working it probably will not start as the sensor has to work for the cpu to know where tdc is so that it can allow spark and fuel to ...

how much will i pay for a new tdc sensor i want to buy a new TDC sensor.just much a new TDC sensor wii cost? Check pricing at Pelican Parts.com.

Question about 2002 Civic

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...TDC Sensor" intermittent interruption. It could be the CAM position sensor, located behind the timing cover. Here's the info for it: part # 370598 SENSOR ASSY., TDC CYLINDER Retail: 49.32 Wholesale: ...

...TDC 1 Sensor Circuit. Check out the TDC sensor, connector 124 (grey and on the distributor) check power and grounds. It's missing a signal from the TDC sensor in the distributor and causing a

Question about 1994 Prelude

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...sensor The TDC (top dead center) positioning sensor is another name for your crankshaft position sensor. This sensor measures the position of your crankshaft and helps with the proper firing of your ...

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