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    Quote Originally Posted by maxyedor View Post
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    Talking Thank You

    You have noooo idea how great it was to cut and paste those codes...From a new LR owner --THANKYA -THANKYA - THANKYA
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    Quote Originally Posted by LWillis1956 View Post
    You have noooo idea how great it was to cut and paste those codes...From a new LR owner --THANKYA -THANKYA - THANKYA
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenmd View Post
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    This I can do WITHOUT seeing, thank you sir...
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    help! my 98 disco wont pass ny inspection.I have a o2 senser problem.what the hell is a o2 gate upstream,downstream,and o2 high votage.and where is it?any help will be greatly appreciated.blloyd

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    Quote Originally Posted by blloyd View Post
    help! my 98 disco wont pass ny inspection.I have a o2 senser problem.what the hell is a o2 gate upstream,downstream,and o2 high votage.and where is it?any help will be greatly appreciated.blloyd
    O2 sensor monitors your exhaust. It looks like a spark plug and have a wire running to it. I haven't counted but my 98 Discovery may have two out each manifold for a total of four. Anyway, that's a project I have slated and the information on troubleshooting and repairing it is in the free electronic repair manual [that I think everyone with a Land Rover should download].

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    So OBD2 subject... While traveling to Tahoe last weekend, my 98 D1 gave me a Check Engine light. It was running really well as always with normal temp and no indication of a problem. I of course check all the fluid levels including the radiator and everything looks great too. So I thought it was time to buy my first OBD2 scan tool [I'm not sure why it took me 15 years to get one, actually!!]. Set back was $75 from the parts store.

    It took a couple minutes to open the sales pack but 15 seconds to get the error code (P0116). Looked it up via my phone and learned it was the thermostat - possibly an air bubble. I reset the error and it hasn't repeated. I'd say I broke even on the tool by not having to go to a repair shop - plus it's ready to do another scan if/when that is needed.

    Kudos for the USA Standards that require these in all vehicles newer than 1995!!

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    If I knew you needed one, I would have let you use mine for free!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenmd View Post
    If I knew you needed one, I would have let you use mine for free!
    Thanks Steve! I was at Stateline, Nv though and wanted to go out on the Rubicon Trail but not with an unknown Check Engine light. It will be a great tool for my travel box anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blloyd View Post
    help! my 98 disco wont pass ny inspection.I have a o2 senser problem.what the hell is a o2 gate upstream,downstream,and o2 high votage.and where is it?any help will be greatly appreciated.blloyd
    BTW, What code(s) are you getting? I verified there are indeed 4 O2 Sensors.

    DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES

    *Codes* are used to identify the 4 Oxygen Sensors.
    A = Bank A of the engine. Cylinder #1 is located on Engine Bank A.
    B = Bank B of the engine.
    U = Upstream of the Catalytic Converter.
    D = Downstream of the Catalytic Converter.

    Example:
    A D = Oxygen Sensor Engine Bank A, Downstream of Catalytic Converter.

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