Wycombe extended their unbeaten league run to five games as Dean Morgan pounced to deny York a first win since the opening day of the season.
Wycombe keeper Matt Ingram saved from Wes Fletcher before York took the lead.
David McGurk lost Kortney Hause at the back post from a Ryan Brobbel free-kick to head home the opener for York,
The lead lasted six minutes as Morgan reacted quickest to Matt McClure's shot cannoning back off a post for a simple tap-in to earn a draw.
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Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"I think that it's not a point gained, but it's our unbeaten run continued.
"York came with a plan today, they've got a very experienced manager. They came for a point, they got a point and they're going away the happier team today.
"When teams come here and they shut up shop we're going to have to find ways of breaking them down. It's up to me and the coaching staff to work out ways of doing that.
"Great to see Dean Morgan on the score sheet again. It's five now for him and he's well on target for what he wants to do."
York City manager Nigel Worthington told BBC Radio York:
"It was a very very good display, but we haven't got our just rewards I don't think.
"I think we controlled a lot of the game and created a lot. Taking into account the goal we conceded, I think there was resilience there in the back four and middle two.
"We've stopped the rot, so we have to go and try and build on that next week."