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Code 1167 - Honda CRV 2002

I understand this code has to do with the air/gas ratio sensor. Will driving the car slowly for a few miles hurt the car?
Also when the mechanic tells me I need to replace the Oxygen sensor - how can I know that is right? I have checked the gas cap and it is on tightly...are there other things to check before replacing the sensor?

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    doesn't drive smooth when gas is pressed and 2 oxygen sensors have been replaced and coil pack for 3 and 6 replaced also

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Check all fuses, then check the wiring of the two 02 sensors on either side of the cat. converter. If the fuses and wiring are fine, it is likely one of the oxygen sensors; one is about $50 and the other is $200 (parts only). Use only Honda recommended parts, not BOSCH. 

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