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Old 10-07-2006, 03:36 PM   #2
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Did you disconnect the Battery prior to changing the Sensors? (if not, why not? Good idea to disconnect the Battery when replacing any electrical equipment). Anyway, if you did, the DME lost it's adaptive memory and will need to relearn. If you did not, I'd say disconnect it (Radio code in-hand), and reconnect it to initialize the same procedure. I bet this cures all your ills. BTW, did you buy model specific or universal replacement sensors? That removed sensor looks pretty nasty - further testament that they should be replaced at, or about, 30k mi...

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