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honda civic2000 02 sensor

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Feb 8, 2010
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Brampton

honda civic2000 02 sensor

hi
im not sure if this is the right section to post this.
i have check engine light with code p0135 bank 1 sensor 1
i believe this is upstream o2 sensor.(not 100% sure yet)
any one how much the sensor cost? on Honda dealer its 220+ just for the part.
im in brampton . so if anyone know a part store that i can pick one for cheap then i can try replacing it my self
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Deal Guru
Jun 11, 2005
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mannat25 wrote: hi
im not sure if this is the right section to post this.
i have check engine light with code p0135 bank 1 sensor 1
i believe this is upstream o2 sensor.(not 100% sure yet)
any one how much the sensor cost? on Honda dealer its 220+ just for the part.
im in brampton . so if anyone know a part store that i can pick one for cheap then i can try replacing it my self
rockauto.com $29

http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/moreinf ... 512&jpid=1

search for vehicle year and model and go to the air intake menu and into the oxygen sensor menu to see the upstream and downstream sensors.
Deal Guru
Jun 11, 2005
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Toronto
no problem. your next best bet is the dealer for the part. its hard to find oem parts in regular shops. Canadian tire wouldnt have it and neither would partsource. they only carry common items that fit across most cars. rockauto is good for specific parts
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Brampton
i was looking at autopartsway.ca and my model no 2000 (SE) is not showing plus rockauto asking some engine model that i have no idea of
all i know is its 1.6l manual.
Deal Guru
Jun 11, 2005
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mannat25 wrote: i was looking at autopartsway.ca and my model no 2000 (SE) is not showing plus rockauto asking some engine model that i have no idea of
all i know is its 1.6l manual.
when you open your engine hood, there may be a sticker on the hood that says dohc 1.6L or on your engine itself and is usually engraved.

or. use your vin number to check up the vehicle specs

http://www.vindecoder.net/
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Jun 21, 2006
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2000 honda civic SE has the d16y7 engine. Same engine as the DX
Denso part number is 234-4099
NTK/NGK part number is 24172

i find the denso brand fits better as the size of the wires, where as NTK/ngk sometimes the wires are longer than the factory sensor
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iGarage wrote: 2000 honda civic SE has the d16y7 engine. Same engine as the DX
Denso part number is 234-4099
NTK/NGK part number is 24172

i find the denso brand fits better as the size of the wires, where as NTK/ngk sometimes the wires are longer than the factory sensor
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according to part no. its location is
Before Catalytic Converter
i m believe the code is for sensor 1 bank 1 thats upstream i.e exhaust manifold.
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Jun 21, 2006
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mannat25 wrote: according to part no. its location is
Before Catalytic Converter
i m believe the code is for sensor 1 bank 1 thats upstream i.e exhaust manifold.
yup those are the part numbers for the primary o2 sensor up stream
its also pretty common the manifold cracks causing that light to come on

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