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I replaced my O2 sensor and the DTC changed from P0167 to P1167. CEL is still on. Probably the wrong O2 sensor (DENSO 234-9005) but how can I tell if I have the F23A1 or F23A4 engine (or is it K24A1 and K24A4)? Looked everywhere for tag or piece of paper but there is nothing under the hood even close (except for a few tags that tell you the number of the hoses the tag is on). And which, if there is one, engine is the SULEV vs the VTEC?? (In big letters, it says i-VTEC and under says 2.4L DOHC). Can I assume it is not SULEV since I bought it new in Georgia? So what is the correct part number for the O2 sensor? And is there really a fuse for the O2 sensor heaters?? Thanks so very much.......
 

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I think that my further research on the internet shows that all 2002 CRV's have the K24A1 engine if you have the i-VTEC engine. The F23 versions were in the Accord's. So why doesn't NAPA or AutoZone or Advance sell you the right O2 Sensor when it shows the DENSO 234-9005. According to others here in the forum, that is not the correct sensor. At least mine did not clear the CEL code and I may be forced to go to a Honda dealer (which I hate to do).
 

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I believe the code P1067 is for the o2 sensor after the Cat that is Honda # 36532-PPA-A01 list is $300.67 online $210.47 Denso= 234-4125 The A/f ratio sensor before the Cat is Honda # 36531-PPA-305 list $364.23 online $254.96 Denso # = 234-9005.
 

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I have the DENSO 234-9005 in there now and the light is still on. P1167 is upstream before the cat converter. Isn't $254 or $364 just a bit ridiculous for the Honda part? (Just a personal thought)
 

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Try putting the old part back in in front of the Cat. If the code changes back to P1067 then I would by the Honda part for the after cat O2. I think that the Honda O2 sensors are a better part than aftermarket, just my 2 cents. The original part lasted 10 years! I found this statement in a previous post.
Also remember that the upstream/primary/Sensor 1 is NOT a conventional O2 sensor. It is a Fuel/Air (F/A) sensor and must be replaced with the same.
 
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