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Old 02-07-2012, 10:46 AM   #1
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Civic VX 5 wire O2 sensor from HX - will this work?

I'm going to do the CA to FED swap and was wondering if this O2 sensor off the Civic HX would work?

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Old 02-09-2012, 10:33 PM   #2
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Re: Civic VX 5 wire O2 sensor from HX - will this work?

I just finish wiring the car and everything works great. No CE and lean burn works.

The only reason i asked was because the O2 sensor had a blue wire.
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Re: Civic VX 5 wire O2 sensor from HX - will this work?

Oh, sorry no one answered your question before you tried. Basically, the 02/LAF sensors from '92-'00 VX/HX models are compatible if they are 5-wire. The NGK/NTK 24300, for instance, can be used as the replacement on both.
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