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I have a honda crv 2005 and on Autozone told me the Oxygen Sensor problem with the scanner they use to detect the light on my dashboard

Do anybody have this same problem, Oxygen sensor which cost about $170. wow

any ideas before proceeding with this????

THE CODE WAS P0135
 

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Denso or NGK sensors Upstream & Downstream sensors (same as OE) cost ~$80 USD on Rock Auto.

What was the code? Sometimes the heaters on them burn out. Other times, they just have intermittent of poor contacts in the plugs.
 

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it's the heater circuit there is no magical fix. You have to replace the o2 sensor.

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Denso or NGK sensors Upstream & Downstream sensors (same as OE) cost ~$80 USD on Rock Auto.

What was the code? Sometimes the heaters on them burn out. Other times, they just have intermittent of poor contacts in the plugs.
THE CODE IS P0135

I look at my manual and it tells me possible issue with the Oxygen sensor
Yeah I checked rock auto and seems to be the best bet

I will check the plug before doing anything and the book shows me a relay and fuse i believe , so i will check that first
 

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jajjajaja thank you, I Thought so, just wanting to get some ideas. Thank you for your repply
 

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So, that code IS the O2 sensor's heater circuit. :p

https://www.engine-codes.com/p0135_honda.html

[h=2]Tech notes[/h] The code means that there is a problem with the heater element circuit of the heated oxygen sensor. The control module monitors how long it take the sensor to warm up and start sending an adequate signal. The code is triggered when the sensor is taking too long to warm up. Water getting inside the heated oxygen sensor connector can caused the heated oxygen sensor fuse to blow. Before replacing the sensor, check for the condition of the heated oxygen sensor fuse and connectors. If the sensor and connector are OK, replacing the O2 Sensor 1 usually takes care of the problem
Good luck, if you are changing it yourself buy a proper O2 socket to aid in removal & installation.
 

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So, that code IS the O2 sensor's heater circuit. :p

https://www.engine-codes.com/p0135_honda.html



Good luck, if you are changing it yourself buy a proper O2 socket to aid in removal & installation.
thank you for your info;



the code read from autozone says, Bank 1, Sensor 1

this is what i get on rock auto: I am a little confused with the upstream and downstream

the only one that mentions that is the Delphi brand

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You want the DENSO 2349064 (first one with a red HEART on your RA screenshot).

Bank 1 (there is only one bank of cylinders on a V)
Sensor 1 is Upstream (the first sensor that the exhaust hits)
Sensor 2 is Downstream (the second one that the exhaust encounters)

(Now, you know the Lingo) :HighFive:
 

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You want the DENSO 2349064 (first one with a red HEART on your RA screenshot).

Bank 1 (there is only one bank of cylinders on a V)
Sensor 1 is Upstream (the first sensor that the exhaust hits)
Sensor 2 is Downstream (the second one that the exhaust encounters)

(Now, you know the Lingo) :HighFive:
Thank you very much, I will do that

Have a nice Christmas and new year
 

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I want to update on this issue,

I replaced the sensor today.
Originally i had trouble to disconnect the sensor, it was very hard to get it loose. I got under the car and could not do it
But here is the tip:

I drove the car until it reached normal temperature,DISCONNED THE BATTERY, Spreayed PB blaster and guess what?? veryyyyy easy. Got it out very easy no problem.

Reconnected sensor and battery and code was gone

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