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We have a 1999 dodge durango which after changing the oxygen 1 sensor it started running rough what could have happened?

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You have to reset the computer either with a scan tool or take the ground cable off the battery for 30 seconds this will reset your computer anytime you replace a sensor you have to reset the computer or it will reconize the new part.So it will run like it did before you replaced it.

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