Question about 1998 Honda Civic
I have a 1998 honda civic DX with around 135000 miles on it. When I was on a trip from Phil. to my house my check engine light came on. So, when I got back home I went to a mechanic to see if he could plug it into his computer to see what the problem was. It said the problem was a slow primary H02S senser. So I went to honda and they said that sense was around $400. I can't beleive its that expensive, is there something I can do before I go out and buy this senser.
You can get a cheaper aftermarket replacement at any major parts retailer such as Pep Boys or Advance Auto Parts.
Posted on May 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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