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Old 06 Aug 2013, 08:19 am
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Default how to replace upstream 02 sensor on 05 honda accord v-tec?

how to replace upstream 02 sensor on 05 honda accord v-tec?
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Old 06 Aug 2013, 08:31 am
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I'd suggest that you maybe take a look at this link it has some videos.

Hope that helps and best of luck.
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