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2000 honda accord code 1399 . after run for a while shut down restart runs rough code 1399 sets

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  • andchaney Jan 02, 2011

    i will tray o2 senor .thank you

  • andchaney Jan 02, 2011

    i will try o2

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1399 is a multiple misfire possibly caused by a bad oxygen sensor.

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

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    Duane Wong Jan 02, 2011

    Thanks for the rating!

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