Engine & Gearbox O2 sensor replace

Discussion in '7th Generation (2003-2008) [Acura TSX]' started by Remekboy, Saturday 23rd Apr, 2016.

  1. Remekboy New Member Getting Started

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    Hi. I have honda accord wagon 2.0 at. 2004. My engine light came on and i pulled a code 0135 o2 sensor heater circuit malfunction bank 1 sensor 1. Do anybody knows the orinal part number for this lambda? Is it ok too use no OEM parts? Orginal cost about 300 pound here in norway, an not orginal 30 pounds.
    I deleted the code 2 days ago and engine light didnt came back, is it posible that sensor is good then? Car use a lot of gass, about 15 liters on 100 km
     
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  3. Remekboy New Member Getting Started

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    Hi. Thx. couldn't find o2 sensor on this site:Frown: what do u people think about a not orginal sensor? Will it work?
     
  4. jd1959 Valued Contributor ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

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    In my experience a spurious o2 sensor will usually work for a short while (enough to get through emissions testing) but usually causes problems pretty quickly. Is there a chance of getting a low mileage, used one from a breakers/scrap yard?

    Part
    for o2 sensor post cat 36532RADL12
    LAF sensor in down-pipe 36531RBB003
     
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  5. Remekboy New Member Getting Started

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    If i just had a partnumber i could buy it on ebay. Bank 1 sensor 1 is it that one under manifold i the center of engine? Is it called o2 sensor or air fuel ration sensor?
     
  6. jd1959 Valued Contributor ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

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    Someone else would know for sure, but I believe bank 1 is the one just under the manifold which is a LAF Lean air fuel sensor. It's more accurate than a traditional O2 sensor.
     
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  7. Remekboy New Member Getting Started

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    Thx for the part number id1959. So bank 1 sensor 1 is an air fuel ratio sensor. Have problems to find it, i see one sensor through the manifold pipes but i wonder if it is knock sensor, is next to the starter. Do anybody have a picture with bank 1 sensor 1 location? By the way, thx everybody who is trying to help me
     
  8. jimjams Expert Advisor ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

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    As in post #2 start here https://www.lingshondaparts.com/honda_car_parts_catalogue_C01.php to find the diagrams

    For your particular car, either enter your car's VIN, or go by "choose by model"

    I did the latter method using Accord 2004 but then I selected UK and 2.0 Sport, and the part numbers for engine parts should be the same in the EU, but you ought to check yourself I suppose

    When you get to this stage in the process
    https://www.lingshondaparts.com/honda_car_parts_block_selection_C30.php?mod_01=2845
    choose the relevant diagram

    For example, the "Exhaust Pipe" opens this diagram and parts numbers page
    https://www.lingshondaparts.com/hon...1&block_02=B__0200&block_03=2837&block_05=hcr

    You will see that the part numbers begin with "PFKL" which are not Honda part numbers
    Find "_pfk" in the URL, remove that, and refresh the page and the part numb
    ers are then Honda part numbers
    https://www.lingshondaparts.com/hon...1&block_02=B__0200&block_03=2837&block_05=hcr

    So in that diagram, the O2 sensors are 17 LAF and 18 Oxygen

    If you want to look for locations and part numbers best thing is to plow through the diagrams I'm afraid
     
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