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Old 06-02-2007, 11:33 AM
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2000 accord P1166 & P1167 codes

I have a 00 4 cyl ULEV accord with no mods. It lighted the check engine light and throw codes p1166 and p1167 after i conected a scanner.
After doing some research I found out it has something to do with the primary O2 sensor, but the thing is this sensor is different from the one on the regular 4 cyl engine.
Does anyone knows Where can buy this sensoron the internet?
Part number for it.

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One of those codes is probably a failed heater circuit for the pre-cat air/fuel sensor.
9 times out of 10 the sensor's heater is dead.

A vin is required, but from college hills honda, this part number should be your sensor: 36531-PAA-L21
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There's an article in the Service News with another possible cause....

Here's the diagnostic proceedure for both codes.
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There's an article in the Service News with another possible cause....

Here's the diagnostic proceedure for both codes.
wow that is allot to check, might want to bring it in to get it checked out.
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Thanks princess. Another quick question is the ULEV engine the F23A1 or F23A4?
What brand is OEM A/F sensor?

will denso P/N 234-9025 replace Honda P/N 36531-PAA-L21

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To tell which engine you have, look at the radiator side of the engine, there's a square boss on the engine block with the engine's designation and the engine serial number stamped on it.

It's just below and to the passenger side of the exhaust manifold.

the oem sensor might be an ntk, but I'm not sure. I'd stick with the oem, even tho densos are very high quality pieces. The miswiring of aftermarket sensors for Hondas are very common.
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