Have a 99 honda accord, have check engine lite on ,code reads p1167 ,i know its the o2 senser replaced it tried to reset code lite still came back , had it in the shop ,same problem need help dont want to take it to the dealers
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Start by changine the one closest to the engine. Probably in the exhaust manifold right in the engine bay. Recommend you buy OEM, as I've heard of people having issues with aftermarket sensors.
There's also a fuse for the heater circuit in the O2 sensors that could be blown, but I'd bet it's just a bad sensor.
Hello there: P1167 and P1166 codes relate to the primary O2 sensor heater malfunction. there are two different O2 sensors, a "universal" sensor from Autozone and
a supposedly OEM sensor from O'Reilly's. Both of them may cause the car to
throw a p1166 or P1167 code and run rough. so i highly recommend getting a O2 sensor from
Honda, and this will fix the problem . It turns out that none of the
aftermarket probes from Bosch or Denso will work on a ULEV (F23A4) 4
cyl. engine. Honda had different part number probes for the normal VTEC 4
cyl. and the ULEV Vtec engine and the probes look different and have
different length cables. The computers at O'Reilly's, Autozone, or NAPA
made no distinction between these two engine types.
You can try resetting the system (clear the codes) by removing, with the key off, the number 13 fuse (7.5 amp)(CLOCK/BACKUP) from the fuse/relay box (end of the instrument panel, passenger's side) for 10 seconds. If the code comes back, you still have a problem.
Hope this helps you.
howdy, there are a few things on your 99 Accord that could cause that problem. usually all will eventually turn on the check engine light in time. make sure your check engine light is working when the key is first turned to run.
* a partially clogged catalytic converter. * faulty O2 Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor1). * low fuel pressure caused by a bad fuel pump, clogged fuel filter(in the tank) or a bad fuel pressure regulator on the injector rail. *bad ignition switch which can cause intermittent stalls.
now i don't know which engine you have, (i'm guessing a 4cyl.) there were two 2.3L- 4cyl. engines (F23A1 & F23A4) and a 3.0 V6. but if you also have a rough idle or low idle miss, a jumped timing belt can also causing loss of power.
if you know anyone with a scanner that reads the computer datastream, see what the O2 Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor1) is doing & look at fuel trim readings. Also check backpressure on the converter where that O2 Sensor is screwed in.
please let me know if i have helped, totally confused or scared you to death! Good Luck!