Question about 2002 Hyundai Accent
We have a safety inspection coming up and our check engine light came on (of course). We went to autozone and it said that our o2 sensor needed to be changed or whatever so we got the new o2 sensor and after we fixed it the light went off for a couple of days. Well low and behold the light came back on and when we took it back in it says code p1167. I am sick of paying the ridiculous amount they charge at the dealership to get little things fixed! Does anyone have an idea for what that code means?
Sensor Contamination Inspection 1. Visually/physically inspect following items: A. Remove and inspect the HO2S(B1S1) for any silicon contamination. This contamination will be indicated by a white powdery coating and this will result in a but false voltage signal. B. Check MAFS for contamination, deterioration, or damage. C. If contamination is evident on the HO2S or MAFS, replace contaminated sensor and go to next step.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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