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Old 17 Mar 2013, 05:02 pm
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Default I have an 97 honda accord.how would i know if i need an o2 sensor?

I have an 97 honda accord.how would i know if i need an o2 sensor?
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Old 17 Mar 2013, 05:16 pm
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1: Your check engine light will be on.















2: Get a ODB code reader to diagnose your car.
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