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Have done some repairs on my car changed the o2 sensor ,water temp sensor and coil pack cleared all fault codes stayed off but came back on next time i went out in the car no fault code are logged on

Had some probs with my car so got it checked with the computer faults were the o2 sensor bank 1 pre cat the water temp sensor and a missfire changed the oarts cleared the faults the next time i went out in the car the spanner light came back on but no fault codes are showing on the computer

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That is because they are pending, drive it for a few days and retest.

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