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Old 11-30-2008, 11:15 PM   #1
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WTB: '92-95 Civic VX (D15Z1) 5-wire O2 sensor

I really just need a spare to compare with the functionality of my current one. And I always like to carry spares....Mak

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Old 12-01-2008, 07:39 PM   #2
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I really just need a spare to compare with the functionality of my current one. And I always like to carry spares....Mak

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sorry just sold mine on here recently
does this mean your throttlebody issues are fixed...?
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not exactly. The sticking is gone and replaced w/ the really high and surging idle, like b/w 2 and sometimes 3k in neutral. The revs also hang or rise between shifts w/ no throttle input. I'm in the process of getting a spare TB too and seeing if that can be ruled out w/o readjusting the current TPS but I fear when I cleaned the TB and sanded the "highspots" looking for what caused the original sticking (a simple missing stop screw) I altered the butterfly plate and now air is slipping by at idle. I will also try and replace the TB gasket, and MAP + IACV o-rings. Mak
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i do have that throttlebody for you if you do want it
is definitely good
i just figured we would try and fix yours first
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i bought one off ebay for 99 bucks shipped and it works perfect
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