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Question by Steve
Submitted on 8/23/2003
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I have an '85 Cabriolet AT, AC, 1.8L. The owner's manual sez that the oxygen sensor light automatically comes on every 30,000mi so that I'll supposedly take it in for servicing. How can I reset this light without disabling the O2 sensor it or taking the car to the dealer?


Answer by nagz
Submitted on 3/20/2004
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don't know alot about vws but on a gm if you disconnect the battery it will clear the codes in the computer. question for you have you ever had any Tranny problems ei poppping out of 4th or getting stuck in fourth. if not have you found any decent sites to get info thanx nagz

 

Answer by gmcjohnny
Submitted on 9/3/2005
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i have an 86 jetta thats doing the same thing with the oxs light i changed it too an light stayed on my buddy @repair shop is looking it up for me i'll let you know     johnny  

 

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