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Old July 24th, 2014, 03:17 PM
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Let me know how they work out for you Brad, I need one too!
Need a left one as well.
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Old August 4th, 2014, 10:14 AM
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Got the NTK o2 sensors installed and am very happy with them, but how do you clear the check engine light?
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Old August 4th, 2014, 10:16 AM
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I could be wrong but just leave the battery unplugged over night, someone with a lot more knowledge will tell you better.
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Old August 4th, 2014, 10:26 AM
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I could be wrong but just leave the battery unplugged over night, someone with a lot more knowledge will tell you better.
fuel injection fault display provides two-digit diagnostic codes in a way that's very easy to read: the display has a dark red, transparent, molded plastic case. Light emitting diodes can be seen through the side of the case when a fault code is displayed. Nifty!

If multiple faults exist, the display shows the one that the ECU thinks is highest priority. Higher priority faults need to be "cleared" before lower priority faults will be displayed. A "blank" (dark) display usually indicates there are no faults.

Use this procedure to clear faults:
1. Switch "on" the ignition.
2. Disconnect the serial link mating plug, wait five seconds, and reconnect.
3. Switch "off" the ignition, and wait several seconds.
4. Switch "on" the ignition. The display should now reset.
Note: It should either show a lower priority fault code or appear dark.

http://www.britishv8.org/articles/rover-14cux-efi.htm
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Awesome. Thanks Jason.
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If you disconnect the battery for a couple seconds the faults will clear.
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but you won't get to learn all the amazingly useful codes reported ...
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After several attempts, I couldn't get it cleared using the fault clearing procedure, but disconnecting the battery did the trick.
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After several attempts, I couldn't get it cleared using the fault clearing procedure, but disconnecting the battery did the trick.
Always work on me.

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Is OEM for Landrover Defender 90 and 110 NGK or Bosch?

Has anyone used the approach of cutting / soldering in the connector to the universal O2 Sensor?

http://www.magnumtuning.com/en/detai.../defender/3-9l
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Is OEM for Landrover Defender 90 and 110 NGK or Bosch?



Has anyone used the approach of cutting / soldering in the connector to the universal O2 Sensor?



http://www.magnumtuning.com/en/detai.../defender/3-9l

I believe Bosch is oem. Those universal o2 sensors won't work. Rovers use Titania based sensors not zirconia, the behavior of the 2 is not interchangeable. Not only that but the threads are different.
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These work great:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/141302776001...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

You have to change connectors.
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Old October 31st, 2014, 10:54 AM
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Summary...

Current (10/31/14) purchase Options - Amazon Defender O2 Sensors - NTK vs. Bosch

EBAY above NGK (change the connector) currently 31.75 per plus shipping....

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Bosch 13946 Oxygen Sensor, OE Type Fitment (with round OEM Connector / no cutting)

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001D0FMPO/...=IYRAMZPVM0J8U
Includes three OE Titania wires
Cost - 95.16

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NGK 25016 Oxygen Sensor - NGK/NTK Packaging

Part number at other sites show this as the correct connector / no cutting

http://www.amazon.com/NGK-25016-Oxyg...productDetails

Amazon Cost - 79.48

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ngk-25016
Summit Racing Cost - 101.00

Looks like a no brainer at this point... NGK is OEM.... no cutting.. 80.00 a side ...
Am I missing anything here?


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