07 ridgeline

Asked by Aug 28, 2016 at 05:40 PM about the 2007 Honda Ridgeline

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Which o2 sensor usually goes bad and can I get
details on how to do it

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57,695

How do you know what is wrong with the vehicle?

My check engine light came on and I took it and had oriellys put it on the computer and that was the code that came up

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An O2 code doesn't always mean the O2 sensor is faulty needing replacement. It can mean the car is running poorly and the O2 sensor is detecting a lean or rich condition. what was the 4 digit code? Any others?

It was either that or the Catalytic converter. But my truck is not losing power so it has to b the sensor is my best guess and the guy at the shop. He said I'd know if it was the catalytic converter

57,695

The trouble code should have told you if the problem was the up- stream or down stream sensor and which bank. I agree with guys above, the O2 sensor replacement may or may not fix the issue. If you are convinced it is a bad sensor, then by all means replace it.

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