good point, and that's probably not it then.Yeah definitely!!!
But correct me if im wrong, is the svcm not supposed to keep it at a flat line of 74 celsius (165f) constantly in order to trick the computer into preventing eco from kicking in?
Or does it staying flat lined at 74 mean there is a problem?
Ill see where im at today with things, otherwise ill head out and pickup an aftermarket sensor. If not today, then sometime this week and ill report back.
Since no one else is chiming in here, here is a long shot...As far as i know, those are the only 3 that seem to be the inputs as well.
Im still figuring out WHY this is happening. I have the svcm on my 2010 pilot, although its not driven as much. We took it fully loaded with people on a 3 hr trip and no eco light at all. Not even once.
Something is definitely wrong with my van to which the eco light keeps on coming on. Could it be a bad battery connection maybe? But if that were the case, my scan tool would show a jump in temperature from the svcm cutting in and out.
Man this is confusing!
couldn't hurt anything to remove battery connections and get them nice and clean?Could it be a bad battery connection maybe?
Yup agreed. Thing is, i want theAt least this isn't some horrible problem. Worst case is that the van runs as designed instead of better than designed.
I did this once. But will give it a more thorough cleaning this time and see what happens!couldn't hurt anything to remove battery connections and get them nice and clean?
i recall reading about a muzzler, not sure if it was SVCM or not, about a loose battery connection causing the eco light to come on
you could try a continuity tester/multimeter and giggle the connections to sensor, fuse and battery to see if anything breaks continuity, ideally try this on a hot day when you might expect the ECO light to come on?