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My Honda Civic 1.4i S 1999, failed its MOT. Due to lambda reading on 2nd fast idle. Does anyone know what this problem could be? and where in the car the lambda sensor is?

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It's also called your O2 Sensor and will be located in your exhaust manifold

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