Question about 1998 Honda Accord
This means you have an O2 sensor, heater circuit malfunction bank no. 2 sensor no.3 this should be the one on your exhaust system, under the vehicle around the catalytic converter. to test the heater circuit, you can use an ohm meter, unplug the connector and it should look like a/b top 2, c/d bottom two, check c/d with your ohm meter it should read 10 to 40 ohms, if it checks out ok, possibly the voltage is not reaching the sensor, check the connector to the sensor (yellow/black+) (green blue-) there should be voltage with the battery turned on, if there is not check th e main relay. Good luck, I hope this takes car of it.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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