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Honda CRV 2006 check engine light
12-07-2014, 10:09 AM
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Honda CRV 2006 check engine light
Hi
2 days ago i found my check engine light is on in my car crv 2006.

And i found in the internet that the cause is the oxygen sensor or the 2 oxygen sensor before and after catalytic converter.

before 2 days from this event on my display a water from the sky and a storm cause our streets to be excessed by water .
so a few water comes to the level of catalytic converter i think

so is the water a reason to destroy my ox sensors

please help me to know
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12-07-2014, 10:45 AM
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RE: Honda CRV 2006 check engine light
First of all, I would need to know how you came to the conclusion that the O2 sensors were faulty? Did you have the cars computer scanned? What codes came up? Did you have the codes cleared and then drive the car to see if they came back? Water in the exhaust could cause O2 sensor codes. That doesn’t always mean that the sensors are bad. It could mean that the Catalytic Converter is plugged or damaged. If the converter filled with water that could set codes. However, driving the car and letting the exhaust dry out may fix that problem?

So my suggestion here would be to have the computer scanned, Record All Code NUMBERS, post those code numbers here for review, have the computer cleared, and see if the light comes back on. If it does, get those codes and post them here for review. If the light stays out, please let us know as this may help others in the same situation.

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12-07-2014, 06:43 PM
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RE: Honda CRV 2006 check engine light
Hi Mr Garner

Yes I took my car to a car care center today and they said that the oxygen sensor is bad .
The conclusion that I said by a research in the internet.
I'm sorry for my bad answer about that the oxygen sensor is bad, and i didn't give code but the repair in our country gives only this information, they didn't give any other answers.
but about the codes can u give me a link to have an idea about what you want exactly.

thank u and let me know.
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12-07-2014, 10:54 PM
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Honda CRV 2006 check engine light
Here are 2 common Oxygen Sensor codes along with information on symptoms and possible repairs.

http://www.obd-codes.com/p0133

http://www.obd-codes.com/p0135

There are many more codes just for the Oxygen Sensors and most of them do NOT mean that the sensor itself is faulty. I usually try to explain it this way. If the gas gauge is on "E" do you automatically assume that the gauge is broken? Probably not. Most people assume that the tank is empty. The same goes for Sensor Codes. I don't automatically assume that the sensor is broken. I check to see if it is doing it's job and reporting that there is another problem that need my attention. I don’t like replacing parts that were in good working condition and then have to spend the time and money to fix the real problem. I also don’t like to give bad advice and that’s why I ask for more information if I don’t feel that I have enough to go on.

I hope that is the information that you were looking for. If not, feel free to ask more questions.
May I ask which country you are posting from?

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