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2004 Honda Accord O2 Sensor needs to be replaced...

Dealer wants to charge me an arm and a leg. I don't know much about cars...but would love to find the location of the part, unscrew it...and put a new one in. Is this something easy to do? If so, where is the location of the O2 sensor...how much should I expect to pay for a replacement part...and where can I find the part? My car is a 6 cylender, 4 door. about 55,000 miles.

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  • dwarrenss454 May 11, 2010

    you need to go to autozone and have codes scanned ,what is code number you have 3 o2sensors the code number will tell which one is bad post number when you find out then we will move to the next step

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Try and look it up at your library in the auot section
I not sure but it should not be too big of a deal to replace it.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

  • jim beckwith Jan 29, 2009

    Try and look it up at your library in the auto section

    I not sure but it should not be too big of a deal to replace it.

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