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FUEL AIR METERING

2005 honda accord engine light on, codes for o2 sensor change them both also had code p1157 fuel air metering or p1172 fuel air metering auclliary emission control. i change the sensor that sits on top of the air filter and engine light still on after clear codes.. what do i need to do.

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Well, it turns out to be that i had the wrong o2 sensor. but the problem that is this happening. when i get up to 3rpm my car, start acting up and start bumping like i slam on the brakes, and i change to 2nd and hit 3rpm it does the same. when i make it up to 5th is start slowing down. did a test and it gave me something about the arm rod. but had some look at it and told them what my car was doing. They said it has to do with the oil regatoral or something. what does it sound like to you?

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Thats a code for an air fuel metering 02 sensor "a/f sensor" make sure you got the right one in u might have got just an 02 sensor instead of an "a/f sensor" hope this helps also is it a dx ex 6 cyl 4cyl?

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