I need replacement @ manifold o2 sensor on 02 accord 2.3 4 cyl VTEC ULEV retail oe $210.00, i found ''direct oe replacement'' Denso part # w0133-1609169 online @ autopartswharehouse for $90.00 ; first, is this factory equivalent? second, where can i run VIN #JHMCG66812C017477 for correct engine code? reason being not sure of sub model, no emblems on car. known to be gold edition, believed to be EX. THANX for any insight
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Re: looking for o2 sensor on 02 accord
Yes this will work if it says direct fit oe replacement and not universal. The universal replacements never work because you have to cut the plug off of your and wire it on the new one. The Engine code is the 8th character of the vin. You can also look under the hood on the engine label and get the code there.
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depending on the engine make
v8 and v6 have 2 oxygen sensors( O2S) , one after each cat converter with 2 wires and 2 heated oxygen sensors ( HO2S) in the exhaust manifold/ pipe before the cat converter with 4 wires each
6 cyl and 4 cyl engines have one oxygen sensor after that cat converter and one heated oxygen sensor before the cat converter
I have 2002 Accord se I have engine light on, cod is po303 cly 3 misfire and po1399 ignition manuf- may misfire, I replaced new plugs, wires, distributor and cap, o2 sensor,head gasket, an Light still cam on. can any one help.
as you are looking at the exhaust you will see the catalytic conveter (large very hot peice) behild it is the downstream sensor the pig tail runs out of the back of the sensor, usually plugs and unplugs right the under the car if it runs through the floor board then you will have to pull the seat and go under the carpet
Hello there: 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.
The Primary o2 is straightforward. Once youre under the car you will see it at the bottom of the exahsut manifold . The plug will be nearby. you will need an 02 sensor socket to remove it and it may be a bit tough. The secondary 02 is a little harder since part of the wiring runs under the passenger side carpet. Hope this helps.
Bank #2 referes to the side of the eng in which cyl. #2 is snsr #1 referes to the sensor before the cat. conv. and the code is for a slow response so, basically a lazy O2 snsr. So if you can locate cyl. #2 and follow the exaust manifold on that side of eng. the very first O2 snsr you see is the one in need of diag./repair
Air leaks at the exhaust manifold or in the exhaust pipes. Catalytic converter damaged or has failed (deteriorated). Front O2 Sensor older (aged) than the rear O2 Sensor (O2 is lazy). Front O2 or rear O2 is contaminated with fuel or moisture.