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Need to know how to remove the check engine light on my 2004 cr-v. both oxygen sensors needed replacing and i've done that. codes are clean now. i did the battery thing and the light is still on.

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  • mmc978 Sep 29, 2009

    i noted that i tried that already. thanks anyway.

  • mmc978 Sep 29, 2009

    when tested no error codes showed but i didn't ask them to clear the codes before retrieving the codes so i'll do that next. how are forced resets done? with the same code reader?

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HI you can disconnect your battery for about 10 minutes yest make your you have your stereo code handy .

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On these new advanced vehicles only a forced reset of the computers memory will work, Also ensor replacement might not have been the only issue. I would go to a local pep boys or such and have them read codes, and tell them to clear the codes after retrieving codes.
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    Xander Kravitz Sep 30, 2009

    yea what most likley happened is the codes cleared he engine computers current code section, however did not clear from history codes which is where they are staying, a code reader should be able to clear freeze frame and history codes.

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