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never, never,never go to the dealership for anything. they're thieves. most auto parts places can get any sensor for less than half the dealership charges. disconnect the battery for 5 minutes to reset the lights and get a code reader ( about $20) and check your own codes. it's worth it.
 

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No, it's not true. When you reset the lights by disconnecting the battery cable, the computer goes to it's "default" settings and it only takes a few minutes to establish the new "base line" numbers for it to do it's thing.
 
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