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How to clear codes?

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by The Grayt 1, November 15, 2004.

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    1. The Grayt 1

      The Grayt 1 New Member

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      I replaced my drivers side pre cat O2 sensor, and the check engine light was still on. I disconnected the battery to clear it and it went away. will that do the trick? Also I have a 96 V8 explorer there are no o2 sensors on the exh manifold itself is there? The one I replaced was in the exh pipe right before the first cat
       
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      Yes it will, that reset's the computer, welcome to the site ;)
       
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      great thanks, is that the correct sensor to replace the guys at autozone said it was the front drivers side one?
       

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