It's been a long time since I've been on here. It's good to be back.
Here's my question:
I somewhat remember reading on here that there is a device that replaces the second oxygen sensor on an OBD2 vehicle that will allow you to remove it and it not throw a code. Sound familiar?
It's called an MIL eliminator, and I believe they are now illegal. However, you can create your own device that will perform the same function with a resistor, wiring, and some time. I suggest you Google for more information.
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