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99 honda accord check engine lite

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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  • terry39 Feb 28, 2009

    have done all that , trying to find out what esle would cause the the code to keep comeing back

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Try to diconnect the neg side of the barrary for about 5 min. this will reset your computer.

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

  • Thomas Kessenich
    Thomas Kessenich Feb 28, 2009

    Some times some cars come with more then just one o2 senser. call the dealer and ask if your car has more then one. Hope this works.

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