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Old 08-23-2005, 11:53 PM   #1
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Default location for primary oxygen sensor on 1997 accord ex

I only see 1 o2 sensor between the header and the cat. is that the primary one? I just gotta be sure before i change it out. thanks
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Old 08-23-2005, 11:54 PM   #2
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Default Re: location for primary oxygen sensor on 1997 accord ex (DC2*Integra)

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Old 08-24-2005, 05:46 AM   #3
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5th gen 4 cyl cars have only 1 O2 sensor for the 4 cyl models
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Default Re: location for primary oxygen sensor on 1997 accord ex (YeuEmMaiMai)

'97 is OBD-2 so it has to have a secondary O2 sensor after the cat. If the one he's looking at is before the cat, it's the primary.
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Default Re: location for primary oxygen sensor on 1997 accord ex (DC2*Integra)

on a '96-'97 Accord there are 2x O2 sensors. One in the header and one in the cat.
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Default Re: location for primary oxygen sensor on 1997 accord ex (DC2*Integra)

So who's right? i just heard 3 different answers.

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what the previous to guys said...OBD2 has two o2 sensors, the one right on the exhuast manifold is the primary sensor and the second one is right after the cat.
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what the previous to guys said...OBD2 has two o2 sensors, the one right on the exhuast manifold is the primary sensor and the second one is right after the cat.
The secondary screws into the cat.
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well yes its on the cat, the bung is right before the flange when the pipe starts to get smaller. its on the top/side angle up towards the car.
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