On Tue, 21 Nov 2006 14:53:08 -0500, "derekd"
Are you sure you are not just shooting the messenger instead
of attacking the problem?? The sensor is supposed to give
error messages when things are out of kilter. What is the
exact code that was stored? If the sensor is accusing
something in the system of being out of range, the first
thing you do is consider what may cause that and address
that problem. O2 sensors these days are expensive enough to
almost cove a diagnostic fee to be sure you are
repairing/replacing the correct parts.