Question about 1997 Honda Accord
After replacing two O2 sensors and the mapping sensor the vehicle will not start. The vehicle was running before replacing the sensors and the computer analysis indicated that the sensors were faulty and should be replaced
Why did you replace the MAP sensor? .....put the old one back and see if it starts. Also depending on the yr this could take air fuel sensors NOT O2 sensors fo a few yrs the connectors were interchangeable. Must have the right sensors...look at the emissions lable for clarification. Must also have vacuum line on the MAP sensor
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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