Question about 2007 Honda Civic GX NGV Sedan
I have a code P0133 on my Si. It is the O2 sensor is responding to slow. How can I fix this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Theft of 2004 Honda Civic
since the ignition key cylinder wasn't damaged, i can think of a few possible sernarios.
- a tow/repo truck was used
- if you bought the car used, the previous owner had a copy of the key and used it to gain access and start the car.
- if you have taken the car to a honda dealership for service/repairs, someone at the dealership may have encoded (the transponder on) a duplicate key. they would also have no problem looking up your address.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
P1259 is a code for vtec malfunction usually cause by a bad vtec solenoid, vtec pressure sensor, low oil level, bad connection. Was oil change done? May want to check the oil level. P1166 is a code for a primary o2 sensor 1.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
In the under-dash fuse box check fuse #18 (20amp), fuse #12 (10amp) and fuse #13 (10amp). Don't forget to check the bulbs. -hope this helps
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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