Question about 1996 Ford Taurus
It should pass if the problem was erased from the computer. You should have received a "check engine " light warning about a problem. The light should be off now that the computer is cleared.
I would say that you should ask what Code number was indicated for your problem. I find it interesting that this particular sensor would allow the engine to continue to run if the sensor was bad. Also it may be a good idea to drive 40-50 Miles on the E-way to allow the Catalytics to heat up and stabilize after running so long with a bad part.
If you still have problems with the test, there are a few additives that are suppose to help the car pass the test while the chemical is in the tank. I hope my solution is very helpful to you.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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