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    Clearing MSX150 Codes

    I know that the digital wrench is needed to clear stored codes. But I am have a problem with oil coated sensors due to the oil tank baffle coming loose.
    My question is, when I replace the sensors will I still get the fault light or will it reset itself.

    HOpe I am making sense here


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    as soon as the code is not present the light will go off. The code will be stored in the ecu and will be labeled historic and not current..hope this helps

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