Question about 2003 Acura RSX
Dealer tell me to replace the sensor / very costly Is there another way to repair possibly clean and how hard is it to do / I am mechanically inclined but would like to know where I can find the instruction to repair or clean thank you steve
I got the same computer reading on my 2002 rsx-my emissions reading was just fine. i have done nothing about replacing and/or repairing the oxygen sensor for the past year and no surging or anything. i also wondered if using ethanol gas had anything to do with messing up the sensor as it was too much of a coincidence that after using two tankfuls of ethanol gas, the engine light came on
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
Something called that catalytic converter located underneath your car, there are wires that lead into it thats ur 02 sensor, for me there a pain to get out.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
If you have an Autozone nearby, they will read the problem code from cars computer for free. I've got 2002 RSX base with 71 K and the problem code I have is the oxygen sensor. I looked around and found one for just under $200 http://www.rockauto.com/, and I plan to install it myself. All needed is a sensor wrench that I think I can either buy for under $10 or borrow it from one of the auto parts stores that lend tools.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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