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06 Aug 2019 14:36 #32541 by Breaker
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2010 Accord e x error code p0001. I can drive it for 10 minutes. Everything's fine. I lose power 10 miles an hour is top speed. I've clean my maf. I've noticed my TPS is only at 78%.

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06 Aug 2019 19:42 #32547 by cheryl hartkorn
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what is the code description? are your oxygen sensors going rich or lean during the no power??

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06 Aug 2019 20:40 #32553 by Breaker
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I error code is P0001. Fuel volume regulator control.

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07 Aug 2019 13:06 #32578 by Cheryl
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Sounds like your running lean.
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07 Aug 2019 14:37 - 07 Aug 2019 14:38 #32582 by Tyler
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Which engine is in your Accord? Sounds like a GDI system based on the trouble code.

If P0001 refers to the high pressure pump solenoid, and if the pump defaults no low output with the solenoid inoperative, then it's likely that Cheryl is right. Most other GDI systems I've seen that default to low output will start and idle, but little else. :silly:

Besides the trouble code, do you have access to scan data? Enhanced OBD data often includes a rail pressure data PID for GDI systems, as well as fuel trims and upstream air/fuel data. We can use those to confirm a lean condition and low rail pressure.
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07 Aug 2019 22:09 #32593 by Breaker
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I believe the engine size is 2.4. The scanner I have is cheap one.

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08 Aug 2019 09:31 #32599 by Tyler
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Breaker wrote: I believe the engine size is 2.4.


US market? Overseas? I ask because I've never seen a '10 Accord with GDI or a fuel pressure solenoid in the US.

The scanner I have is cheap one.


That's OK. :) Does it only read codes, or will it display live data, too?

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08 Aug 2019 13:42 #32613 by Breaker
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Yes it reads live data. Don't know how to read it though.

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