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Old 13 Jun 2011, 07:01 pm
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Default Replaced O2 Sensors code still there on a civic?

Replaced all oxygen sensors on my 2001 civic with OEM and the check engine light is still lit. Car idles poorly and bogs when accelerating from a stop. While driving car runs just fine, what could this be?































I have a corolla with the same issue I just cleaned the maf sensor and problem solved, I know hondas dont have a maf. Whats the part for a honda?
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Old 13 Jun 2011, 08:01 pm
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get the check engine light looked at, and it'll give u codes telling u what to look for.































or just bring it to a mechanic and have them do it
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Old 13 Jun 2011, 08:16 pm
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Get the check engine code read, no point in changing all these things , if the code is being read for something else . DO IT :O!































it could be anyhing, bad spark plugs, Idle air control valve IACV, spark wires, cap and rotor, dizzy,
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Old 13 Jun 2011, 08:31 pm
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The equivalent part in a Honda is a MAnifold Pressure (MAP) sensor - they are very reliable and vacuum leaks just show up as high idle instead of lean condition.































Anyway, by all means get the codes read. For your symptoms, though, I think of the EGR valve being held open by carbon deposits. That affects idle badly but becomes less important at higher rpm and load.
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