Question about 1986 Honda Accord
I have a 1986 Honda Accord and the person i bought it from said the o2 sensor needed to be changed. I was wondering if changing the sensor is something i myself could do or if i should really get an expert to do it?? thank you in advance
On Honda Accord the O2 sensor is located either on the exhaust manifold near to the front or side of the manifold, or in the manifold rear side, depending if it is a four or six cylinders model.
To give an idea of the job, check this website showing the procedure on a different car:
How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor -
To find step by step for your car, I suggest buying the Haynes manual.
To order the part you can use the website below, or buy it at a local car parts shop.
Honda Oxygen Sensor - Oxygen Sensors - Partstrain.com
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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