Mine went bad and a mechanic told me that it can be replaced by a toyota one, they just have to switch the connectors to make it fit. But honda and toyota have two different computer systems, so i don"t know how wise is that even though another mehcanic told me the fuel ratio between the two are not that different,
can a toyota o2 sensor be used to replace a bad o2 sensor on a 2005 Honda CiVic? on 2005 Honda Civic
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2005 Honda Civic Estimates
- Add Front Engine Seals ($52 - 78) in Concord, IL
- 45,000 Mile Service ($211 - 293) in Milton, IA
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- 20,000 Mile Service ($53 - 94) in Robesonia, PA
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- Trans Oil Cooler Line Replacement ($55 - 120) in Millerville, AL