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Town and country and code p2097
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your post cat O2 sensor is reading too rich... try this, completely disconnect the battery, touch the wires together with a wrench for one minute, (THE BATTERY CABLES, NOT THE BATTERY!!!)
leave the battery disconnected for 30 minutes to one hour, hook the battery back up, start the vehicle, don't touch the throttle, brake or anything else for 5 minutes (if you have a garage don't forget to open the door)
turn off the vehicle and restart it, if the code doesn't clear itself then take it to an auto parts store, tell them you think you fixed the issue and need the code reset so you can be sure.
if the above steps don't work then you will need to take it to a dealer as there is some other reprogramming that they are able to do.
here are the steps they should follow, notice none of them include replacing an O2 sensor
they should check/clear the code.
reset the adaptation values.
do a "quick delete" before disconnecting communication between diagnostic equipment and car.
disconnect the battery from the car.
do a battery reset- touch both connectors that go to the battery posts with with a wrench for a minute.
let battery sit disconnected for 1/2 hour.
check to see if code is gone.
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
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