1. 03-07 Accord O2 Sensor Replacement, P0141
My check engine light came on and the code reader said code P0141. I then go through a diagnosis process and replace the oxygen sensor, which fixes the engine light issue and allowed me to pass smog testing.
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2. 03-06 honda accord upstream 02 sensor bank 1
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3. Best way to clean oxygen sensors #shorts
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In todays video i will show you Best way to clean o2 sensors
if you willing to clean your cars oxygen sensor: Watch this before cleaning oxygen sensor, and also i will be answering some of your questions: should we use anti seize on oxygen sensor? can we clean oxygen sensor with ultrasonic cleaner
so i will cover all that in this video
4. Instalando sensor de oxigeno en Honda Accord 2003-2007 [ Codigo P2247 ]
En este video vamos a cambiar un sensor de oxigeno en un Accord 2006 (2003-2007). El codigo de error que me dio el lector es el P2247.
Al inicio del video les muestro como identificar cual es el sensor que esta dañado y conocer el numero de parte para que puedan pedir la pieza.
Marcas de tiempos:
1:38 Diagnistico OBD
4:00 Numero de parte: 3651-RCA-A02
7:42 Sensor Original
8:30 Resfrescando Roscas
9:03 instalacion de sensor
10:47 Conexion del arnés
11:35 Limpieza de codigos
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5. How to Replace Oxygen Sensor Honda Accord
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This video goes over how to replace an oxygen sensor on a 2008 Honda Accord with a 2.4 motor. It should be the same process for any eighth-generation Accord (2008 -2012) with the same motor. An oxygen sensor is used by the engine's computer to determine how much air to fuel ratio is needed so that the engine will run efficiently. There are oxygen sensors before the catalytic converter and sensors after the catalytic converter. The ones before the catalytic converter are called upstream and the ones after the converter are called downstream. This Honda Accord has two oxygen sensors, one before the catalytic converter and one after the catalytic converter. This can vary on different models and manufacturers. Some vehicles can have as many as six. You can drive a vehicle with bad O2 sensors for a period of time if you can put up with the poor performance and decreased gas mileage, but over time it will hurt the longevity of your motor and cause failure of your catalytic converter because your motor wasn’t running efficiently as the manufacturer intended. The most common signs of a bad oxygen sensor are a check engine light, decreased fuel economy, hesitation, rough idling, or misfiring.
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7. 2007 HONDA ACCORD - Catalytic Converter STOLEN!!! - Replacing the Catalytic Converter and o2 Sensor
2007 Honda Accord stolen catalytic converter!
***UPDATE - PLEASE READ*** 5/2023 - The new Walker Catalytic Converter that I installed after this cheap one showin in the video is still working great, but I have heard that even the aftermarket catalytic converters are getting stolen, so I just ordered a Cat shield from MillerCat to protect it.
I wish I would have put a shield like this on before this happened...(They make a small add on shield if you have an aftermarket catalytic converter)
Use the code: DANTHEFIXITMAN for 5% off!***
***UPDATE - PLEASE READ*** - 1/2023 - The check engine light came on about 6 weeks after installing this cheap catalytic converter shown in the video. Although I live in California, my plans were to give this car to a family member that lives in a state where smog is not required.
After a change of plans, I decided to keep the car here in California so I just put on the California C.A.R.B. approved Aftermarket Walker Catalytic Converter 82895 (link below) 2 weeks ago so it can pass smog and I can keep it here in California. This also requires visiting a Smog referee station. You need to go to asktheref.org to make an appointent to obtain a new label for the vehicle for smog check. You will need the following as listed on their website:
License Plate Number and/or Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
Specific reason(s) you are seeking a Smog Check Referee inspection
Vehicle Inspection Report from your most recent Smog Check
Engine Family Number (EFN), if calling for a Catalytic Converter
Vehicle Code(s), if clearing a law enforcement citation
DMV issued sequence number for a Specially Constructed Vehicle
Additional documentation that pertains to your issue (such as repair or aftermarket part receipts)
...and this vehicle just successfully passed the California Smog Check! ***
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The OEM Honda 18160-RAA-A11Converter is almost $2,000 from an online Honda Dealership.
I didn't show it in the video, but I painted and engraved my license plate number on the Walker Brand 82895 replacement converter with high heat paint and an engraver pen in the hopes that this will deter any future attempts to steal this converter (links below).
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Here's a quick video showing how I replaced our stolen catalytic converter along with the other parts that were taken and/or damaged. I am still considering welding some rebar to make a cage or other anti-theft options such as a shield underneath so this won't happen again.
If it hasn't happened to you and you have a 2003-2007 Honda Accord, you might want to look into protecting it before it does happen as these are being targeted for the valuable metal inside the converter.
I am sorry if this already happened to you and that's why you are watching this video, but I hope that it will be helpful if you decide to replace/repair it yourself.
Thanks for watching!
-Dan the Fix it Man
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'Sleeper' by Steve Adams
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8. Honda 3.5L Oxygen Sensor Replacement
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Honda 3.5L Oxygen Sensor Replacement
This video demonstrates replacing the Oxygen Sensor on a 3.5 Liter application.
Level of difficulty: INTERMEDIATE
Approximate installation time: 1.0 HOUR
Tools needed: Oxygen Sensor socket and 3/8" ratchet or 7/8" wrench
Vehicle featured: Honda Odyssey 3.5 Liter
Motorist: If this job is beyond your skill level, visit your automotive service professional.This video is for general information purposes only. The provider makes no representations or warranties as to the information contained in this video or its usage, completeness, quality or accuracy. Any use of such information is at the user's sole risk, and in no event shall the provider be liable for any consequential, incidental, special, punitive or direct or indirect damages arising from such use.
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9. 2005 Hondaa Accord code P0420 Catalyst Converter
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10. Honda Accord O2 Sensors (upstream and downstream)
This was a tough video to make! This video was 26 (no joke) videos from my phone that I did my best to shrink down to what you see. I started to notice a sound while driving like my car was running out of gas, and then I got a check engine light. Turns out my 02 Sensor at my exhaust manifold was bad, but I ended up replacing both.
P0135 was the original code, but I fixed it like it was P0141. Many lessons learned on this project. Because I had recently (the month before) replaced my catalytic converter, without thinking I replaced the 02 sensor in my cat. Oops. I finally figured out what was going on and successfully replaced both sensors. Here's what you see at the 11:40 minute mark:
P0135: Bank 1 Sensor 1: upstream/ pre-catalyst (catalytic) at exhaust manifold/ front
P0141: Bank 1 Sensor 2: downstream/ after catalytic/ rear. By "after" it's meant "in" or "behind" the cat.
I bought my Denso 02 Sensor - same one for the front and the rear location, at Advanced. Part #: 234-4321.
11. DIY How To Change Replace Oxygen Sensor Upstream O2 Sensor 2001-2005 Honda Civic LX P0132 OBD2 Code
This is a video showing how to change or replace the oxygen sensor (upstream O2 sensor) on a 2002 Honda Civic LX. This process is very similar on a 2001-2005 Honda Civic. I bought the part from O'Reilly Auto Parts and it's a Bosch Premium Oxygen Sensor with part #15710. The OBD2 error code was P0132. I hope you enjoy the video and find it helpful. Thanks for watching and don't forget to SUBSCRIBE!
12. Easy Upgrade Fix for Broken Radio - 2004 Honda Accord - 10 Touchscreen!
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Problem Description: The original OEM radio stopped working in my 2004 Honda Accord. All of the lights and knobs worked, there is just no sound! Apparently, this is a very common problem due to failing solder joints on the old radio motherboard. Rather than mess around with trying to repair a 19-year-old radio, I opted to replace it with a 10-inch Android touchscreen.
I must admit, this thing is pretty awesome!
Bluetooth, Hands-Free Calling, AM/FM Radio, YouTube, Chrome, Spotify, Pandora, Amazon Music, Google Play Store (basically install any Android App you want), plug for a back-up camera, AUX inputs for amp/subwoofer, can interface with OBD2 Bluetooth dongle for vehicle performance statistics, etc...
I've gotten some questions on the available connections. On the pigtail of wires coming out the back of the radio, there are a total of 10 wires:
8 RCA-type connectors labeled:
AUX R IN
AUX L IN
There is an 1/8" female connector labeled "MIC".
And a wire labeled "AMP CONT" with no connector.
UPDATE: The latest version of this radio now supports CarPlay and Android Auto!
I was worried because on the original Honda radio, the climate knobs are all integrated into the radio itself, so would I lose control of the fan speed, heat and AC?
But I didn’t have to worry, this unit has climate control fully integrated (physical knobs and buttons - which I like for quick access) underneath the touchscreen. You can control them through the knobs OR the climate screen interface on the touchscreen.
If you have a broken radio in your Accord, I recommend replacing it with one of these; it makes a 17-year-old car seem modern again.
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13. O2 Sensor Bypass DIY (P0420/P0430)
Here's how to bypass or trick the O2 sensor into thinking your catalytic converter is working when you have the P0420/P0430 check engine light code. May or may not work depending on your application and WILL NOT work on clogged cats. If you're catless, this is exactly what you need.
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14. How to Replace the Air Fuel Ratio Sensor on a 2002-2007 Honda Accord with 2.4L Engine
Brian Eslick from How to Automotive howtoautomotive.com takes you step-by-step through the process of replacing the air fuel ratio sensor, or some times called the oxygen sensor, on a 2002-2007 Honda Accord with 2.4L engine.
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15. O2 Sensors is it Upstream or Downstream
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