Question about 2003 Honda Element
You don't change an O2 Sensor based on a code
The code only points to an area of a possible issue,such as an out of range sensor.
You then diagnose and test,in your case the O2 Sensor,and replace only if it fails to work correctly.
Why wouldn't you clear the code after replacing,if it was still on,when you started the engine
Buy a cheap code reader
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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