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What should it cost to replace the oxygen sensor in a Honda Civic?

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2005-10-09 03:39:03
2005-10-09 03:39:03

The sensor itself is going to range from $90-110 bucks at a part store (more at a shop of course), and then it is a pretty quick dig, I hear ... my shop was going to add $40 bucks to do that.

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The oxygen sensor on a Honda Civic is replaced by disconnecting the wiring harness and removing the sensor using a socket wrench. Anti-seize paste is applied to the threads, a new sensor is torqued into place, and the wires reconnected.

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If you open the hood of your Honda Civic, most likely you will locate the oxygen sensor (O2) mounted in the exhaust manifold, above the exhaust pipe flange. On some models the exact location might vary, but you can always find the sensor by following the exhaust manifold and pipe. Depending on the year model of your Honda Civic, you may find a Primary Oxygen Sensor (PHO2) right before the catalytic converter and a Secondary Oxygen Sensor (SHO2) right after the catalytic.

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A wiring diagram for the oxygen sensor on the 1992 Civic can be found at your local auto parts store. Haynes sells a manual for the 1992 Civic with a diagram included in it.

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i would like a wiring diagram for a Honda civic o2 sensor

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I replaced the ozygen sensor on a 1995 Civic VX (Hatchback). The part (the oxygen sensor) is rather expensive at more than $300, but easily removed and replaced. Once you have the new part, open the hood and look for a couple of wires coming out of the center of a silver bar (the header). These wires should connect the oxygen sensor to a wiring harness. Disconnect the harness and start the car to see if the ENGINE light is now off. If it is ... sucess. Use a wrench to unscrew the unit from the header and replace by reversing the process. Finish by re-connecting the oygen sensor to its wiring harness. The ENGINE light should stay off. If it comes on again, you have other problems.

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On the exhaust manifold where the runners meet.

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The speed sensor on a 1994 Honda Civic is located on top the of the transmission. To replace it unplug the sensor from the wire harness then the remove mounting bolts and assembly from the transmission.

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Code 45 on a Honda Civic means the car is not getting proper fuel flow. All the major fuel components should be checked such as the map sensor, oxygen sensor, and fuel pump.

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it is in the exhaust manifold,or exhaust pipe...

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The only thing you can do to them is change them.

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It is the one after the catalytic converter?

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in the catalyc converter... exhaust manifold

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The speed sensor is found on the transmission of the 1992 Honda Civic. To replace the unit locate the mounting bolts and remove them. Unplug the wiring clip and pull the sensor off.

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ummm depends how well u want the sensor 2 be... premium costs about 2000...but the 1 that is most used is the Advanced OS....which costs about 2500-3000

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in the exhaust manifold (it screws in) or if not there it could possibly be screwed into the converter

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My wife is paying 441.00 for her Honda civic '05.

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