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99 volvo v70 02 sensor....

I recently replaced the 02 sensor on a 99 volvo v70...which was the reason for the engine light being on. I was wondering if you knew how many miles it must be driven before the engine light will reset itself and it can be reinspected???

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Either get a OBD2 electronic reader and clear codes or try disconnecting battery for five minutes to reset. Good luck.

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