I googled the OBDI code and found an OBDI Diagnostic Trouble Codes list for Hondas. Here's the link: http://autorepair.about.com/library/...htm?once=true&
Ignore the fact that the year says 1994 since the 1994 Accords fall in the same generation as the 1995. (Note: The 1996 and 1997 Accords as well as all cars 96 and up use the OBDII codes now.) Anyway, it turns out that your primary O2 sensor heater finally gave out. Just replace it. It's located on the manifold (the headers). You can get a decent Bosch O2 sensor from Advance Auto Parts for $96.99. I didn't know they were that expensive though lol! To browse through their catalog, go to partsamerica.com, click on Choose to choose your vehicle, enter your vehicle, go to Emissions under Replacement Parts, and click on O2 Sensors and enter your ZIP and they'll show you their list. Happy shopping!