Home Tips & Tricks 2002–2004 Honda CR-V DTC P1298 Is Stored in the ECM/PCM

2002–2004 Honda CR-V DTC P1298 Is Stored in the ECM/PCM

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Download SYMPTOM DTC P1298 (electrical load detector (ELD) circuit high voltage) is stored in the ECM/PCM. PROBABLE CAUSE The electronic load detector (ELD) has a faulty solder joint. CORRECTIVE ACTION Replace the ELD. NOTE: Previously, if an ELD required replacement, you had to replace the under-hood fuse/relay box. To reduce repair costs, replacement ELDs are now available. PARTS INFORMATION Electronic Load Detector: P/N 38255-S5A-003, H/C 7987571 REPAIR PROCEDURE 1. Make sure you have the anti-theft code for the audio unit. Write down the customer’s audio presets. 2. Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery. 3. Remove the under-hood fuse/relay box cover. 4. Release the three clips, and remove the under- hood fuse/relay box from the holder. CR-V only: Release the wire harness clip from the fuse/relay box holder CIVIC: 7. Remove the four screws that hold the two fuses, and remove the fuses. FUSE (Retain.) CIVIC: 80A CR-V: 100A FUSE (Retain.) CIVIC: 40A CR-V: 50A 12. Reinstall the 3P ELD connector and the lower fuse/ relay box cover.