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O2 sensor code

I have just bought a 92 accord and the check engine light has came on and when i ran the code it said the o2 sensor so when i went to replace it i saw that the wires from the connector to the o2 was cut so i just replaced the it and reset the it by pulling the fuse like the bood said but i still have the same cade what else can be the problem i have put a new fuel filter on and replaced the pgm rely as well but no luck so far any help would be great

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Well you kinda lost me, did you replace the o2 sensor or just fixed it ??
if you fixed it then that's why is still on, if you replaced it then you have to reset the code using a scanner.

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