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Acura rdx 2008 : I got this message : P0135. I want to change it myself but i dont know where is the O2 sensor heater circuit malfunction ( bank 1 sensor 1 ). Could you let me know it? Thank you.

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Code p 0135 refers to heated oxygen sensor (HO2S) 1 bank 1 heater control--circuit malfunction===causes --fuse--wiring-- HO2S-- ECM
bank 1 is closest to the firewall and HO2S sensor is in the exhaust manifold bank 1 before the cat converter
it is not an O2 sensor as they are totally different to the heated sensor
most problems can be traced to the wiring or the HO2S unit as the wires are fine and subject to failure
when getting the new unit , also invest in the correct tube socket to use with sensors as they are designed to protect the wiring during installation and removal

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