2018 Honda Accord 2.0

Luis Diagnostician Florida Posted   Latest  
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2018 Honda Accord EX-L 2.0L (K20C4) (BA7A) — 1HGCV2F39JA007327

Hi I have a honda whit to many warning lights on dash,all codes I have are u codes,I did an resistance check at 6,14 and have 122 ohms I need to know where are located the 60 ohms resistors in what module,help will be appreciated tanks.

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Robert Mobile Technician
Michigan
Robert
 

Have you tried OE service information?

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Benjamin Owner/Technician
Georgia
Benjamin
 

TSB 20-039. Have you looked into this?

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Ricardo Diagnostician
Michigan
Ricardo
 

It'll be nice if you post codes to have a better idea where to start

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Edgar Owner/Technician
Illinois
Edgar
 

Codes which modules have dtc? Maybe one module its down and making all this problems

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Caleb Diagnostician
Indiana
Caleb
   

If you could post a complete scan and network schematics that would help. Ohms check at the DLC is pretty much worthless anymore. Most makes now have a gateway of some sort and the comm pins at the DLC are only diag CAN. Does the car have any symptoms? Newer Hondas have a ton of lights on the dash when they need an All Sensor Relearn after a battery replacement etc.

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Michael Technician
Indiana
Michael
 

Lois, As everyone stated, this has a gateway. Here are a couple pictures. Look at which modules have U100 codes, then look at their network, and draw your own picture to help from getting confused. Many times this will show where to look for the problem. Shooting from the hip, VSA modules (abs) are a common failure. If it's bad send it to Jason at Keyworks, he fixed one for me, same era…

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