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Old 01 Sep 2008, 03:22 pm
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:? Help :? i have a 2000 honda accord se with 195,000 miles i
resently
changed the o2s fron and back now i知 getting code p1167, how do i fix
this :? :?

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Old 01 Sep 2008, 06:44 pm
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Your primary O2 heater system is bad. Either the wiring to the sensor or the
sensor itself is bad. Learn to diagnose the problem before replacing parts.
Could save you a fortune.


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> :? Help :? i have a 2000 honda accord se with 195,000 miles i
> resently
> changed the o2s fron and back now i知 getting code p1167, how do i fix
> this :? :?
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Old 01 Sep 2008, 06:56 pm
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"Woody" <TheDuck@pond.net> wrote in
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> Your primary O2 heater system is bad. Either the wiring to the sensor
> or the sensor itself is bad. Learn to diagnose the problem before
> replacing parts. Could save you a fortune.
>
>
> "WALDO2058" <none@000.com> wrote in message
> news:1208007_7fc139d8a1f5b4f22fa275ad0af56754@auto boardz.com...
>> :? Help :? i have a 2000 honda accord se with 195,000 miles i
>> resently
>> changed the o2s fron and back now i知 getting code p1167, how do i
>> fix this :? :?
>>
>> --
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>> interface
>> Thread archive: http://www.AutoBoardz.com/p1167-ftopict248427.html

>
>
>


perhaps he damaged a wire on the sensor while installing it,and it just
failed.Or he bought a universal sensor and didn't make good connections
with the original wiring.
Or he bought a Bosch sensor.(I've not heard good things about them..)

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Old 02 Sep 2008, 06:13 pm
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Yea, it is a shame people don't diagnose a problem before throwing parts at
it....


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> "Woody" <TheDuck@pond.net> wrote in
> news:x7%uk.20261$mh5.11933@nlpi067.nbdc.sbc.com:
>
>> Your primary O2 heater system is bad. Either the wiring to the sensor
>> or the sensor itself is bad. Learn to diagnose the problem before
>> replacing parts. Could save you a fortune.
>>
>>
>> "WALDO2058" <none@000.com> wrote in message
>> news:1208007_7fc139d8a1f5b4f22fa275ad0af56754@auto boardz.com...
>>> :? Help :? i have a 2000 honda accord se with 195,000 miles i
>>> resently
>>> changed the o2s fron and back now i知 getting code p1167, how do i
>>> fix this :? :?
>>>
>>> --
>>> Posted at author's request, using moderated http://www.AutoBoardz.com
>>> interface
>>> Thread archive: http://www.AutoBoardz.com/p1167-ftopict248427.html

>>
>>
>>

>
> perhaps he damaged a wire on the sensor while installing it,and it just
> failed.Or he bought a universal sensor and didn't make good connections
> with the original wiring.
> Or he bought a Bosch sensor.(I've not heard good things about them..)
>
> --
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> jyanik
> at
> kua.net



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Old 03 Sep 2008, 08:10 am
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"Woody" <TheDuck@pond.net> wrote in
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> Yea, it is a shame people don't diagnose a problem before throwing
> parts at it....
>
>
> "Jim Yanik" <jyanik@abuse.gov> wrote in message
> news:Xns9B0CCAC907778jyanikkuanet@64.209.0.87...
>> "Woody" <TheDuck@pond.net> wrote in
>> news:x7%uk.20261$mh5.11933@nlpi067.nbdc.sbc.com:
>>
>>> Your primary O2 heater system is bad. Either the wiring to the
>>> sensor or the sensor itself is bad. Learn to diagnose the problem
>>> before replacing parts. Could save you a fortune.
>>>
>>>
>>> "WALDO2058" <none@000.com> wrote in message
>>> news:1208007_7fc139d8a1f5b4f22fa275ad0af56754@auto boardz.com...
>>>> :? Help :? i have a 2000 honda accord se with 195,000 miles i
>>>> resently
>>>> changed the o2s fron and back now i知 getting code p1167, how do i
>>>> fix this :? :?
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Posted at author's request, using moderated
>>>> http://www.AutoBoardz.com interface
>>>> Thread archive: http://www.AutoBoardz.com/p1167-ftopict248427.html
>>>
>>>
>>>

>>
>> perhaps he damaged a wire on the sensor while installing it,and it
>> just failed.Or he bought a universal sensor and didn't make good
>> connections with the original wiring.
>> Or he bought a Bosch sensor.(I've not heard good things about them..)
>>
>> --
>> Jim Yanik
>> jyanik
>> at
>> kua.net

>
>


at 195K miles,I can see replacing O2 sensors;they do get sluggish before
failing,and that is not easy to test for.Perhaps he originally had a reason
for changing them.

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Old 04 Sep 2008, 02:23 pm
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Don't totally agree as the OBDII diagnostics measures the rise and fall time
of the sensor and will flag a code if it is out of spec.

"Jim Yanik" <jyanik@abuse.gov> wrote in message
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> "Woody" <TheDuck@pond.net> wrote in
> news:eMjvk.40148$ZE5.37450@nlpi061.nbdc.sbc.com:
>
>> Yea, it is a shame people don't diagnose a problem before throwing
>> parts at it....
>>
>>
>> "Jim Yanik" <jyanik@abuse.gov> wrote in message
>> news:Xns9B0CCAC907778jyanikkuanet@64.209.0.87...
>>> "Woody" <TheDuck@pond.net> wrote in
>>> news:x7%uk.20261$mh5.11933@nlpi067.nbdc.sbc.com:
>>>
>>>> Your primary O2 heater system is bad. Either the wiring to the
>>>> sensor or the sensor itself is bad. Learn to diagnose the problem
>>>> before replacing parts. Could save you a fortune.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> "WALDO2058" <none@000.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:1208007_7fc139d8a1f5b4f22fa275ad0af56754@auto boardz.com...
>>>>> :? Help :? i have a 2000 honda accord se with 195,000 miles i
>>>>> resently
>>>>> changed the o2s fron and back now i知 getting code p1167, how do i
>>>>> fix this :? :?
>>>>>
>>>>> --
>>>>> Posted at author's request, using moderated
>>>>> http://www.AutoBoardz.com interface
>>>>> Thread archive: http://www.AutoBoardz.com/p1167-ftopict248427.html
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> perhaps he damaged a wire on the sensor while installing it,and it
>>> just failed.Or he bought a universal sensor and didn't make good
>>> connections with the original wiring.
>>> Or he bought a Bosch sensor.(I've not heard good things about them..)
>>>
>>> --
>>> Jim Yanik
>>> jyanik
>>> at
>>> kua.net

>>
>>

>
> at 195K miles,I can see replacing O2 sensors;they do get sluggish before
> failing,and that is not easy to test for.Perhaps he originally had a
> reason
> for changing them.
>
> --
> Jim Yanik
> jyanik
> at
> kua.net



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