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I am replacing an 02 sensor on a 2000 Honda odyssey. It is bank 1 sensor 2 I am looking for.

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Yes that is the correct O2 sensor that you showed in your video i am enclosing a video to help you.

Posted on Apr 22, 2013

  • darla_yw Apr 23, 2013

    Thanks. I replaced my sensor. So far no check engine light. I am glad. A pat on the back for me and high five to you for the info. ;)



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