If I get that light, I won't make an appointment. I'll drive to my dealership. They can see the problem and THEN schedule an appointment. If the light goes out, their problem, not mine.
That sure seems to be the dreaded injector problem, because the fuel mixture is too rich. Sorry to hear about that, @Shineaholic. Let us know how it all turns out for you.
I hope so. Going to try to get in tomorrow.New york is covered for 70k (I think) miles. I just had mine done under warranty. Light kept going off before I could get it in for an appointment. Local dealer took me in immediately last time. Repair took about two hours all told with the newer 315 injectors.
I had P219B...When the service woman asked about the problem I was having I told her I had a P219 Code, didn't remember the letter but she said it is probably a P219A. But I looked later and it was a P219 B. I wonder what the difference is. Glad these are being repaired for free. It was great to see a bill that said "NC" down the entire right side!My update from today in the Fuel Injector Replacement thread (click on link below). Injectors replaced today under the NY State 70k required warranty. I was running rich as well which I knew from freeze frame and live data checks with my Autel OBD reader.
The DTC was P219A which is the rear bank of cylinders. I think a lot of the scenarios are too rich vs too lean meaning the injectors are getting shavings in them that hold the jet in a more open position.
Fuel Injector Replacement
So we have had an A and B code so probably has nothing to do with the VCM bank.I had P219B...When the service woman asked about the problem I was having I told her I had a P219 Code, didn't remember the letter but she said it is probably a P219A. But I looked later and it was a P219 B. I wonder what the difference is. Glad these are being repaired for free. It was great to see a bill that said "NC" down the entire right side!
EDIT It looks like the same code for the opposite cylinder bank.
How many miles?The emissions code error came back on (2nd time) again Friday on my way back home from a 2.5 hour drive work trip. Called and will drop off my BE today. Hopefully, the code will still be accessible and can get this taken care of.
I've seen multiple posts on this forum and Piloteers.org from different owners claiming they were told that Honda has extended the warranty on the injectors to 8/80. The most recent was a member on Piloteers.org who cited a bulletin dated December 20, 2019. TSB 19-072 was updated on that date, but there is NO mention of a warranty extension. There has been no recall or mention of a warranty extension in any TSB, ServiceNews article, or email to dealers. This leads me to suspect that Honda has been approving injector replacements under warranty for up to 8/80, but they're not ready to commit to this in writing - at least for now.Thanks for the update. Clearly the inovice says warranty but that conflicts with the TSB information which does not extend the repair beyond the 3/36. Good news for the consumer, I think this is the second case posted on the forum that was covered outside the 3/36. It would just be nice to see something official from Honda.