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Check engine came on I replaced the o2 sensor. check engine light

Check engine came on I replaced the o2 sensor but ilight is still on. I tried to disconnect the battery to reset computer. check engine light still on. what can i do to resolve this problem?

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You need to know what codes you have stored
Your O2 Sensor, may not be the problem,even though you get an O2 Code. That may just be the symptom

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