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02 sensor heater circuit malfunction

My scanner result shows these 2 error codes on my car:

P0141 ... 02 sensor heater circuit malfunction (bank 1 sensor 2)
P0706 ... trans range sensor ckt range/perf

how do I go about fixing these?
where do I locate d 02 sensor?

any help will be appreciated
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My scanner result shows these 2 error codes on my car:

P0141 ... 02 sensor heater circuit malfunction (bank 1 sensor 2)
P0706 ... trans range sensor ckt range/perf

how do I go about fixing these?
where do I locate d 02 sensor?

any help will be appreciated
I got the P0141 code along with some misfires a few months ago, it ended up that the O2 sensor heaters needed to be replaced. $600 job.

I am not sure what your second code is for.
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I had the P0141 code about 1 month ago. Just search for it and you will find several threads on it. There was a Honda Service News article on that sensor. There is a better sensor out now, supposedly more corrosion resistant.

Actually, here:http://www.driveaccord.net/forums/se...archid=1269811
It's probably easier to just post the search results.

Edit: By the way, changing this sensor should not cost $600. I believe HondaFamilyMan was including other repairs in that figure. My dealer charged about $230 to the extended warranty folks (third party).
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The thread with the service news article:http://www.driveaccord.net/forums/sh...ighlight=p0141
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My scanner result shows these 2 error codes on my car:

P0141 ... 02 sensor heater circuit malfunction (bank 1 sensor 2)
P0706 ... trans range sensor ckt range/perf

how do I go about fixing these?
where do I locate d 02 sensor?

any help will be appreciated
I've gotten much infos on the error P0141 but nothing yet on P0706. Can anyone help?
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Google is frighteningly powerful!

Here's one detailed response:

http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldata/AF...1611/134174205

Edit: Just saw that you (likely) have an I-4 and the page above is for a V6......, maybe there are some similarities....
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Without an HDS (real Honda scanner) it's going to be difficult to diagnose the trans range sensor issue.
You need to know whether or not it's actually putting out the correct voltages for each gear you're selecting.

Does your PRNDL work properly on the dash? (gear indicator)


The a/f or O2 sensor heater issue is usually the sensor itself, the heater within the sensor has crapped out. You have to determine by the code displayed which bank (if a V6) and which sensor (front or rear) is showing the problem.
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Does your PRNDL work properly on the dash? (gear indicator)
No it doesn't work well. The "D" light blinks indicating and error according to the manual
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Google is frighteningly powerful!

Here's one detailed response:

http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldata/AF...1611/134174205

Edit: Just saw that you (likely) have an I-4 and the page above is for a V6......, maybe there are some similarities....
That's a lot of steps there. I don't even understand some of d terms there. More over, i don't av a HDS. I use an Actron AutoScanner Plus CP9180. can it do d work?
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That's a lot of steps there. I don't even understand some of d terms there. More over, i don't av a HDS. I use an Actron AutoScanner Plus CP9180. can it do d work?
FredSVT is the expert here, I only found the info to pass it on, sounds like a trip to the dealership or a trusted shop that has HDS.
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No it doesn't work well. The "D" light blinks indicating and error according to the manual
I would just go to the dealer for that one... hopefully it's nothing major.
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The problem is that the nearest dealer is about 900km drive from my location through a bad road that makes the journey 12 -14hrs. Also you'll have to keep the car for about 4weeks b4 they work on it
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The problem is that the nearest dealer is about 900km drive from my location through a bad road that makes the journey 12 -14hrs. Also you'll have to keep the car for about 4weeks b4 they work on it
Man! Where are you at?
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You can try with a generic obd2 scanner, but mostly they'll only display the code number. (if that) Many will just show a P0700, a general trans fault.

Does this car see much mud, heavy snow, or water?

BTW, with the light blinking, I wouldn't want to be driving it much. Especially not on a 900km drive to a dealership. I'd be worried of damaging the trans.
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