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Diagnostic code po134 o2 sensor? Civic EX 04

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Old 04-13-2009, 04:06 PM   #1
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Default Diagnostic code po134 o2 sensor? Civic EX 04

Being that i am currently jobless i could really use some help with figuring out what part i need.

Discount auto gave me a quote for 1 @ 260.00$ which seemed really expensive, maybe it is?

my first question , is this the sensor by the catalytic converter? or the one by the manifiold?

second i have been looking up prices online and 260 seems way too much any suggestions on another site? I dont want the universal one , i just want one that plugs in and unplugs, i dont want to worry about stripping wires.

Thanks guys , let me know if you need any more information! I really appreciate any help i can get.
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Well for one, unless you have a scanner or volt meter, you won't be able to know which O2 sensor it is unless the code specifies (which I don't think they do) because you need to see which one's voltage isn't changing or one isn't getting any voltage at all...
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by the way that does sound pretty expensive.
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thanks bro, guess that explains why he said that this may or may not solve the problem, so should i just get one and hope that solves it?

I was looking online but there are so many diffrent kinds.
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Well that would be cheaper than buying a volt meter. Maybe someone you know has a volt meter that you could borrow or something. I sure wouldn't want to pay for two especially when they were that expensive. I can't remember the connectors for both sensors the same kind of connectors. If so just get the longer of the two and use it for both. See which one works...
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Great news man, just looked it up on my manuals. It's sensor 1, which is (I think) the sensor closest to the manifold. Good luck man...
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first off... what mods do you have done to the car.?

and the code is for the sensor 1 which is the one before the cat.

and www.hondaautomotiveparts.com has the sensor for 208 plus shipping. and thats for a factory sensor.
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Well that would be cheaper than buying a volt meter. Maybe someone you know has a volt meter that you could borrow or something. I sure wouldn't want to pay for two especially when they were that expensive. I can't remember the connectors for both sensors the same kind of connectors. If so just get the longer of the two and use it for both. See which one works...
A volt meter or DMM is DEFINTELY way cheaper than buying a sensor....
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if your anywhere near Kansas City I can take you to my buddies shop and hook up his OBD2 scanner and it will tell you everything.
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