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Old 12-18-2005, 08:18 AM   #1
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Default Code 41 on 92 honda accord

I just checked the code and got a 41( 4 long flashes and 1 short). Someone told me that it's the O2 sensor and it's probably the heated element part on it that's bad.
First, is a 41 a bad o2 sensor and second, how hard is it to replace?
How long can you drive with a bad 02 sensor?
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Primary 02 sensor heater=41. It would be nice if you could test it, before buying a new one. I hear they can be a bitch to remove (I think they make special tools for removing them). I'm almost tired of saying this, but a helm service manual is your best friend (if you have basic tools, and are mechanically inclined). Haynes and Chilton manuals are a lot cheaper, but have less details and information. You make the call. In my opinion, you are downgrading Honda's reputable reliability, if you use anything other than oem parts.
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Your info is correct the code indicates the heater part of the sensor is bad; you can drive a long time with the sensor heater bad, but you'll suffer fuel usage because the ECU is running in a default mode.
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Here ya go....thank me later.....I only wish I could find one for a 99 Accord.
This is legit becasue it was put up by a Honda UK website. They put up the manuals that they discontinued. Enjoy!!!

http://media.honda.co.uk/car/o....html
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Go under "fuel and emissions" and select whether your car is fuel injected or carbed.
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Thanks for that link. Next question: Where exactly is the under hood relay box?
Obviously, it's under the hood but where exactly?
This is my G/f car so I don't know squat about Hondas. I'm a mustang guy myself.
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Oh...about how much is an 02 sensor from Honda?
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$153.00 at majestic honda, check around. This is the site.

http://www.hondaautomotivepart...YSTEM
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