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Old 01-12-2010, 10:55 AM   #1
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Ok new problem today, Two wire out of 4 broke on my o2 sensor. Check engine light is off but the car smells like gas and my exhaust is completely black inside.

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The only thing I can guess is that there is no ''heat sensor'' on OBD1 engine and my broken wires are these one.

Can i run like this ?
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Old 01-12-2010, 11:14 AM   #2
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fix the wires ! its goin to run rich without o2 thats why it smells like gas and has unburned fuel in you're tail pipe
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Ok thanks, but now I need to know wich O2 sensor I need. I cannot ask for jdm d15b O2 sensor at my shop. I guess it is D16Z6 ?
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umm o2 sensors are pretty much universal just make sure u got the 4 wires right. and also jdm dont mean **** when buying anypart from a part store. just tell them u have a 95 civic 1.5 liter and it will come up they did make 1.5 in the usa
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Get whatever 02 sensor is for your ECU. If you use a Z6 ECU, get one for a Z6 (the 4 wire). There are universal fit ones on eBay for a decent price, just make sure you get a Denso or something. The P08 the D15B originally ran on used a 1 wire sensor...

A lot of people neglect to change their O2 on time and it can get lazy as it wears out. How old is yours....?
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I changed it now it seems to be good ! Thanks for everything !
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What ecu and o2 sensor are you using? I've pretty sure I saw that you can use the 4 wire o2 with the p08 with no problems.
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