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Old 07 Feb 2013, 06:19 am
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Default where are heater sensors located on 2004 honda civic dx and also air intake sensor?

Diagnoistic mach says three sensors are going out in my 2004 Honda civic dx ,two are heater sensors and one is air intake where are these located and what does it involve repairing
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Old 07 Feb 2013, 06:31 am
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No heater sensors that i can think of after working on acura/Honda for 17 years.. Never seen one go bad but there is an intake air temperature sensor, (there's a engine temp sensor for the gauge and for pcm and there is heaters in both your o2 sensors,) don't know what he means, you better take it somewhere else,
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