Ach, Danny Chauhan is right. I forgot to mention if the sensor has alrady
been replaced, disconnect the battery for ten seconds to clear the light if
it's still on.
I don't know if Isuzu (the Passport's actual maker) uses the sort of radio
anti-theft code Honda uses, but it's worth checking for that BEFORE
disconnecting the battery!
On Feb 9, 12:23 am, "LCosby" <lcosby at knology dot net> wrote:
To reset the Light, Just disconnect the battery lead for about 1 min
and reconnect. Hopefully the light should go out. Incidentally In my
case Honda was cunning in the sense that I could not replace the O2
sensor with a cheap generic sensor. On talking to the supplier of the
generic sensor he advised me to purchase the genuine sensor which
turned out to leave a big hole in my pocket.
Good Luck Danny
Motorsforum.com is a website by car enthusiasts for car enthusiasts. It is not affiliated with any of the car or spare part manufacturers or car dealers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.