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Q: It's turns off while I'm driving

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I put the computer in my car to see any problems that it had and nothing came up

My car has 62000 miles.

Hi there. Sometimes error codes don’t always show up when a mechanical or sensor issue exists. A professional mechanic will usually download any trouble codes or engine faults (different than the OBD-II Codes you’re looking for); which will direct them to the trouble component. A few items that come to mind initially include the O2 or mass air flow sensor being damaged, or a bad idle air control actuator. It might be a good idea for you to contact one of our local professional mechanics to complete an engine shuts off while driving inspection; so they can properly trace the source of your Honda’ issues and recommend the right repairs.

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