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Service Engine Light came on. No problems but took to auto zone and they gave me above code.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
SOURCE: I just had my valve
yes if the mechanic was sloppy--any service theres a risk of screwin somethin else up--u need to hook it up to a tech II scanner for a data stream to obtain precise info-dont just go changin parts--1st look over engine to see any damages
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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