04 Honda civic si o2 sensor location?
above the cataylic converter
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Some Civic have 2 Oxygen sensors both located on the exuast manifold.First is located about 6-10" below where the exaust manifold comes from the front of the engine. Find the proper metric wrench (Only when the engine is cool) unplug the wire to the sensor and turn in a LEFT turn direction.Second se…nsor if equipped is on the exuast pipe under the cab of the car.Same as above applies. dude i would always get the manifold shield off first then run the car to heat the manifold off cus it will expand the metal to make the sensor easier to remove..... (MORE)
Answer . oxygen sensors are located just forward of your engine. In front of the engine is the catalytic converter. At the top at the bottom are your oxygen sensors.
Answer . \nThey didn't make and Si in 1998.. Answer . The PCV valve is on 1998 Civic SI's are located on the bottom of the intake manifold. It is acessed from the bottom of the car, you have to remove the oil filter to reach it.
Answer . You need to go to a car \nparts store, and get a\nrepair manual for your car.\nThey cost about $16.00\nOr, go to a Public Library.\n.
Answer . There are two sensors, one before, and one after the catalytic converter. There are wires coming out, so they are hard to miss. The catalytic converter is connected to the exhaust manifold, which is connected directly to the engine. You can see it looking down at the open hood, towar…ds the front of the car, attached to the engine. The top sensor sticks stright out of the exhaust manifold, the second sensor is down a little lower and to the left if you are facing the car from the front.\n. \nNote: The exhaust manifold has a metal heat shield over it. You can remove the two bolts (12mm) holding the heat shield to inspect the exhaust manifold. It is VERY COMMON for some models to develop hairline cracks in the exhaust manifold right around the oxygen sensor (you might have to brush away rust to see the cracks). This could result in the check engine light going on indicating bad cat (even though there may not be anything wrong with your cat OR your sensors!). If you see cracks, either repair them or replace the manifold (unfortunately you typically cannot buy just the manifold, you have to buy a new cat with manifold - but you can sometimes find used manifolds or aftermarket cat+manifold for cheap). Some have used heat resistant expoxy to repair the cracks (welding is better though). If you use epoxy, look for a brand specifically made for exhaust systems. "JB Weld" epoxy from your hardware store may work for a couple weeks but is not a good solution. (MORE)
The O2 sensor on the 1994 accord dx, lx, or ex is the same, and there are two O2 sensor on the 1994 accord, fornt and the rear. Fornt one is located on the top and it is right on the header and the rear O2 sensor should locate on your cat converter right in the middle of your car. So check which sen…sor that you need and replace it. (MORE)
Answer . \nIAT (INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE) IT'S LOCATED IN LOWER SIDE OF ADMISSION MANIFOLD,IN FRONT AT FIREWALL IN DRIVER SIDE.
Answer . \nThere should be one in the header and one more in the catalytic converter.
Answer . you have to do it through the truck there should be a panel that comes off and you remove the panel and twist the light off that should be the way if im correct
Answer . \nThe 02 sensor is located on the exhaust header. The 4 pipes coming out of the engine towards the front of the car. Follow the pipes until they all meet and you will see the sensor screwed into the downpipe. The sensor also leaves a trail of wires leading off to the left of the car. To… remove it, just use a wrench and some strength. (MORE)
Answer . unplug the old one, unscrew it, and reinstall the new one in opposite order.
LX or LX-i?\n. \nIf you have an actual LX with a carb, you don't have an O2 sensor.\n. \nIf you have a fuel-injected LX-i, it's screwed into the front of the exhaust manifold. You know that thing sticking out of the exhaust manifold with the wire coming out of it? That's it!
under the hood back to firewall on passenger side. got three prongs plug and if its stock it will say manufacture"Denso Map Sensor 5V" on it, keep in mind map sensor rarely fail, to replace one it will cost you 200.00 bucks. if you going to replace one, i recommend you go to the junk yard and pay 25…-50 bucks for one and try it out. if you check engine light is on and that is one of the reason your thinking replacing Map sensor better think again, you got others sensor may be causing the light to trigger on. (MORE)
Answer . \nlook for the exhaust leading from the engine and follow it away to the catalytic converter the O2 is either mounted in the catalytic converter or in the tubing leading to the Cat....good luck...also..\n. \n...everyone should have a manual for their vehicle(parts store or dealer), and… a local library should have professional shop manuals available in the REFERENCE section for free...make copies of the appropriate sections...read up and good luck :) (MORE)
It will either be on the air intake pre-airbox. In which case you may need to raise the car as the air intake is situated below the airbox behind the front bumper. It will be very hard to find from the engine bay. If its not there then it will be on the aibox to throttle body hose at the back of the… engine bay. Hope this helps... (MORE)
Answer . \nIt is underneath the car, at the exhaust manifold where it comes off the engine...access it from the bottom
Answer . \ntheir just numbered, and theres two..i think..better check\n. \neveryone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available in the reference section for FREE to make copies of...read up and fix like a pro!!\n. \n. ) Dave . Ans…wer . That car has a 4 cylinder engine, so there is no bank #2 on the car. It only states bank #1, because that is a formality of the terminology required by federal emmissions law. On that car bank 1, sensor 1 would be the oxygen sensor closest to the engine. It could be in the exaust manifold, or just after it. The bank 1 sensor 2 would be the one further down the exaust system, just after the catalytic convertor. (MORE)
On top of the Trans. It's very easy to change, one bolt and unplug the wire.
I'm having my dad replace the Oxygen Sensor on my 2000 Honda Civic Si and he wanted to know how to locate and replace the sensor?
O2 sensor . Tell your dad to look on the exhaust right after the manifold, there may be 2 of them 1 before the catalytic converter and one after but most likely only the one. It is the only thing attached to the exhaust system with wires connected to it, he may want to get the o2 sensor removal t…ool which is a deep socket with a slot in the side so you dont mess up the wires. (MORE)
the map sensor is located on top the intake manifold and reads off map sensor just disconnect wire then get a Philips screw driver and take off then replace and put back on
One is on the exhaust manifold (in front the motor, right under the heat shield), the other is behind the catalytic converter (under the car).
On the head right by the Vtec Solenoid. It is actually a little below of the solenoid to the left. It has 1 wire pluged in to it.. On the head right by the Vtec Solenoid. It is actually a little below of the solenoid to the left. It has 1 wire pluged in to it.
Os sensors are always in the exhaust. Look either in the exhaust manifold or right after the exhaust manifold. HTH
Answer . There are 2 different O2 sensors on a 2000 accord, the first will be on the actual exhaust manifold itself, and the other is going to be under the car, either made into, or right after the catalytic converter. If you have a diagnostic (check engine light) code that says "Bank 1, Sensor… 1" it's going to be the one on the manifold; if it says "Bank 1, Sensor 2" it's the one right after the catalytic converter. (MORE)
The 2006 Honda Civic coolant temperature sensor is located on thefront of the engine. The coolant temperature sensor will be in thevicinity of the thermostat housing.
Answer . probably one located just after the engine on the exhaust. by now this sensor will be stuffed
Answer . the o2 sensor is in the exaust manifold or down pipe it looks like a sparkplug with wires
its on the left side of the exhaust manifold it should have a wire leading to it
Answer . Under vehicle, passenger side, below seating area, rear of catalytic converter, mounted in exhaust pipe
Just replaced mine, its directly above the oil filter on the back side of the engine, kind of hard to get too but the quickest is too use a 27mm ratched and go up from the bottom in between the exhaust and the oil pan
Answer . There is no "real" way to test the TPS sensor in any car. There is a total of 2 problems that are possible with a TPS sensor. 1.) It is stuck open, acting like a huge vacuum leak. 2.) It is stuck closed. The best way to diagnose this problem is to cover the air filter with your hands,… if the engine stalls out, the TPS sensor is stuck closed. If not, you either have a vacuum leak, or the TPS sensor is stuck open. (The engine is getting air from somewhere other than the air filter.) If you find it is stuck open or closed, first remove the sensor, and clean it with Carb cleaner, or break cleaner. (NOT BREAK FLUID, BUT BREAK CLEANER.) A Tooth brush, and tooth pick will come in handy here. Make sure you can move the plunger up and down (opened and closed) once it's been cleaned. If you used break cleaner, allow to dry over night. If you've used carb cleaner, you may reinstall the sensor when ever you'd like. I hope I've helped, and I know for the most part, this is correct. (MORE)
Answer . 9 time out of 10, the heater circuit internal to the sensor has failed. Replace the sensor.
The 1996 Honda Civic came equipped with the 1.6L L4 engine. Theidle air temperature (IAT) for this application will be located onthe intake manifold hose. For reference the IAT for this vehicle isStandard Motor Parts/Intermotor #AX56.
The location of a o2 sensor on a 1996 Honda Accord is on theexhaust pipe. These parts help regulate the emissions for thevehicle and are placed on the down pipe of the exhaust system.
on my 96 honda civic dx it's located on the back side of the throttle body facing the fire wall . Two Phillips screws hold it in place , hope this helps ...
right in front of the thermostat on the bottom rad hose beside the thottle body
m18x1.5 is the threading for Honda civic/del sols, and probably most other o2 sensor bungs
The 1995 Honda Civic speed sensor is located on the front passengerwheel. The speed sensor will be found on the inside of the brakerotor.
above the exhaust pipe entering the catalyst converter, Use an 11/16 wrench to loosen original sensor.. above the exhaust pipe entering the catalyst converter, Use an 11/16 wrench to loosen original sensor.
There are two of them. One before and one after the catylitic converter. On the EX model the Cat is located under the car. On all other models it is just below the exhaust manifold between the engine and the radiator.
\nits behind the crank pulley on that gear at the end of the crankshaft on the timing belt side of the motor
There is one before the catalytic converter where the 4 runners meet on the exhaust manifold. And the second one is after the catalytic converter.
if i am correct, it is a little plug located in the engine compartment..right side (looking from rear to front)...looking straigt down into engine bay..its towards the back and on the left...there is a wrapped wire with a black plug that you undo..the sensor is the device that the plug is attached t…o..should be 2 little screws or bolts to remove..i might be wrong with the number of bolts though.. (MORE)
Remove the vacuum hose from the sensor. Remove the sensor retainingscrews. The sensor will come off. Reverse the process to installthe new sensor.
I am in the process of replacing the speed sensor in my 90 prelude. It is located on the transmission. with a small cable with a plug on the end of it. Looking at it from the passenger side . you can see a picture of it on eBay.. just type in 1990 Honda speed sensor.. there are several...
A 99 civic actually doesn't have a mass air flow sensor. It uses a Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensor and the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) instead to determine how much air is entering the engine.
The pump is located underneath the rear seat, to remove it firstyou must lift the back seat and then remove the cover of the pumpthat is fastened with 4 bolts
It is located behind the motor and the intake on the firewall side. Best time to replace when the oil filter is out. Good luck! Greg L.
It's located on the left side of the engine mid section of it on the head single wire plug
Older model civics 92-95 (5th Generation) have only ONE o2 sensor located on the front of the exhaust header - model 1996 and later have two. In the forums its kind of hard to tell since its about 60/40 ratio of people who claim one or two sensors on this model year, possibly because its the last… of the 5th gen body style and gets confused with the 6th gen which only looked a little different. My mechanic said there is only one, so I am going to go with that as it seems to echo the most authoritative voices on the forum who tend to correct the ones who say there are two. (MORE)