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Old 29 Jan 2004, 08:37 pm
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Default O2 sensors!!!!!!!

This has been troubling me for some time now. I have a 96 honda civic
non-vtech and i have my catalytic converter on my headers. Which makes me
have two o2 sensors. Well i got new 4-2-1 headers and there is only 1 o2
sensor hook-up. Well i am running on a check engine light because i only
have one o2 sensor plug up. How can i get rid of this problem??? I dont want
to run check engine light, please help me out.


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Old 29 Jan 2004, 09:29 pm
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Hello, I stumbled upon this site searching for help on How-to replace my
O2 sensor. I thought you might be able to help me out.
My engine light is on and was told to replace the sensor before the
converter. I'm hoping that info is correct. Assuming it is, can you
offer any help, advice or instructions so that I can replace it
myself?

I have a 96 Honda Del Sol, non Vtech and I think the Civic has the same
engine.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks


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Old 29 Jan 2004, 11:41 pm
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Default Re: O2 sensors!!!!!!!

Are you looking to change your exhaust and get headers or do you need help
just replacing a O2 sensor?

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> Hello, I stumbled upon this site searching for help on How-to replace my
> O2 sensor. I thought you might be able to help me out.
> My engine light is on and was told to replace the sensor before the
> converter. I'm hoping that info is correct. Assuming it is, can you
> offer any help, advice or instructions so that I can replace it
> myself?
>
> I have a 96 Honda Del Sol, non Vtech and I think the Civic has the same
> engine.
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> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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Old 30 Jan 2004, 12:13 am
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pixelpushr wrote:
>
> Hello, I stumbled upon this site searching for help on How-to replace my
> O2 sensor. I thought you might be able to help me out.
> My engine light is on and was told to replace the sensor before the
> converter. I'm hoping that info is correct. Assuming it is, can you
> offer any help, advice or instructions so that I can replace it
> myself?
>
> I have a 96 Honda Del Sol, non Vtech and I think the Civic has the same
> engine.
>
> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
>
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Get the pipe nice and hot, so the sensor will come out easier, or cool
the sensor with ice to make it smaller. Same principal. Some say that
certain anti-sieze compounds can destroy the new sensor. Sorry I don't
know which ones. :-(

Using a flare-nut wrench is good too, to get around the wire. Don't use
an adjustable crescent wrench.

'Curly'

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