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I need to change a few sensors in my 2008 115hp etec will it need to be put back on computer for reprograming when I finish installing them

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SOURCE: installed new steering column, computer reprogram.

I dont dont think so it should have been compatible first or you would have lights on/ thats just another 110.00 for them to program it/ Thanks for using fix ya Please rate my response thank you very much

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