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Air Fuel Meter alarm

I have a "check engine" alarm: Air Fule Meter for Honda CR-V EX 2003; but after exchanging this sensor, the alarm still appearing most of the time

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  • wissam_harak Jul 12, 2010

    Thanks, but I already reset the the computer after exchanging the new sensor and I can see the alarm showing "Air Fuel Meter" error shown in the scanner display.



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The computer will need to be reset after you carried out the work......

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

  • geoff hunter Jul 12, 2010

    check the wires/contacts on the new sensor,just in case you may have a faulty unit.



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