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Check Engine Light Due to Faulty A/F Sensor on Honda Element

Problem Description and Possible Solution

On certain models a faulty Air Fuel (A/F) sensor can cause the Check Engine light to illuminate. Replacing the Air Fuel (A/F) sensor will repair this problem.

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Honda Element Vehicles With This Problem

RepairPal Fair Price Estimate
$564-$575
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Average mileage: 74,333 (61,000–94,000)
3 model years affected: 2003, 2004, 2006
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check Engine light appeared. took it to the shop. they ask me all kinda of questions, like does my car cut off when i'm driving.
they also said, it was something under one of my sensors that was causing this problem... all they did was reset my sensors, but i'm still very concerned
Check engine light stays on, seat belt light stays on, this is factory problem they should fix it. Went to honda three yrs. in a row for factory recalls on airbags.last time I went they said you have faulty wiring harness, they won't work properly. I said, those lights, (check engine and seatbelt) have been on 8 yrs. I had the car and you have served my car a few time besides replace airbags and never said a word till I said my harness belt don't stay tight when I fast brake. So when they changed airbags they don't notice the light on? Because airbags don't work.