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Check engine code 1164

I have a Honda Accord sedan 1999 EX. I keep getting a check engine code 1164. I already changed an oxygen sensor, and the problem did not go away. I tried everything that the auto shop told me and I still get that check engine thing. Is there anything you can suggest for me to do?

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  • filro65 Oct 13, 2008

    My engine light stays on. I have not seen a code # of any kind. Does the code appear with the light?

  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2008

    can you tell where is the oxygen sensor located on your Honda?
    thanks


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I think its a computer glitch or it you might have replacesom parts with a non honda part,it maybe not syncing with hondas's sensor..

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