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1996 Accord 4 cyl Rear O2 Sensor? Throws P0172 Code

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Old 06-25-2008, 06:57 AM   #1
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Default 1996 Accord 4 cyl Rear O2 Sensor? Throws P0172 Code

This CEL lite started shortly after having our gas tank and sender replaced. They also replaced the flex pipe. A few days later the light CEL came on with that code. Fuel setting rich according to the code chart. I replaced the MAP sensor and front O2 sensor but the indication still comes back. Can it be the rear O2 sensor? What else can I check? It is a lot harder on gas since then and the exhaust smells stronger as well while warming up. It starts ok and runs good but the wretched light is annoying. Help please?

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