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Old 03 Oct 2008, 09:07 pm
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Default 1997 Honda Civic EX problem, possibly o2 sensor bad?

So about a week ago at a stop light my car all of sudden started to bog while accelerating in every gear. It seems to only do it after the engine has warmed up and it also doesn't do it as much while driving at night. It's a 1997 Honda Civic EX M/t. I have been reading on the forums and seeing if anyone knows what could be wrong and I've been reading that it could possibly be a bad o2 sensor.

Does anybody now if this is a bad o2 sensor problem or if not, what it could possibly be because it is really annoying?

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