Question about 2002 Ford F150 Regular Cab
The only way you might be able to get past that is to take it into some hole in the wall inspection place and disconnect the positive battery terminal and it will turn the light off temporarly. but when they plug the computer up to it, its gonna say that it needs to be drivin to get new readings from all the sensors. i would go to some auto part stores and they sell the obd scanner and some of them will turn the light off and hide the issue. but that could cost anywhere from 80-200 dollars...or you could just fix the issue, its just a bad sensor somewhere. prolly an o2 sensor
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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