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Morning all,
Recently my check engine light came on so I took my CR-V into the auto parts store and was told the issue was the O2 sensor (after the cat). Obtaining the part and replacing seems easy after reading a few posts here. However, after talking with the auto parts guy I am scared that the problem may not be the sensor itself (perhaps the wire somewhere between the sensor and the computer) If this happens I just spend $175 on a spare.

So... how do I test the sensor that is in the car now before attempting to change it?
 
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