The Honda Civic is synonymous with quality and safety, so you know there's something wrong when the check engine light comes on and the engine experiences stalling, hesitation, rough idling, increased emissions and poor fuel economy. These are signs of a failing oxygen sensor. Luckily, an easy solution is to simply install a new Civic O2 sensor from AutoAnything.
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Working with the mass air flow sensor and ECU, our Honda Civic replacement oxygen sensors are designed to monitor the air and fuel in the engine to ensure a proper balance. With too much fuel or too much air, your engine runs rich or lean respectively, which means it fails emissions testing due to too much carbon monoxide or nitrogen oxide output. For optimal performance, the Civic oxygen sensor requires replacement every 30,000 to 50,000 miles. Heated sensor types are built to last about 100,000 miles. AutoAnything also includes a 1-Year, Lower Price Guarantee with your order.