This fixed it on my Ford. Part cost about $50 at the ford dealer. The oxygen sensor is located below the engine in the exhaust pipe before the catalytic converter and muffler. It is mounted in the pipe with wires going to it. You need a special socket to remove it in most cases but sometimes you can do it with a wrench. When replacing it be sure to put anti seize lubricant on the threads so it can be serviced again in the future. It came with the anti seize lube. Just make sure the anti-seize your using will not damage the O2 sensor your installing if your not using what was provided . Your best to find out if this is the reason the light is on, as it may be just a loose gas cap. Before you do anything, go to Autozone and use their loan a tool program to chech out an OBD-II code reader. Follow the instructions on the box, or if you don't feel comfortable doing it yourself (it's really easy), have one of the store employees do it for you. My check engine light came on this past winter, and it turned out that one side of the engine was too lean. I remember the light came on when I started the explorer on a particularly cold day. Anyway, once you reset it, it probably won't come back on unless there is something wrong with some component. Go to Auozone and have the code downloaded, then come back to this site and ask how to fix that code. Oxygen sensors usually go first, but you can get a light even from having a loose gas cap.
You use a scan tool after repairing the cause of the code that turned the light on.
Lightening was the probable cause of the power shutdown. It is probable that the economic situation will deteriorate. I think lightening is the cause of the bad power .
Probable cause is determined by a statement of the facts in a case, including how much evidence the police have to prove their case. Probable cause is the determination that it is likelier than not a person has committed a crime or is committing a crime. There are different levels of probable cause, including for search warrant and for an arrest warrant. A probable cause for a search warrant isn't necessarily a probable cause for an arrest, and vice versa
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Probable Cause is "a reasonable belief that a person has committed a crime."
No. The fact that it is plain view is the probable cause.
what is non adversary probable cause determination
I'm having difficulty identifying the probable cause of the traffic collision.
because the gas cap is bad, it will not build pressure in the tank, nothing major, but will cause an annoying light.
Difficult and expensive to prove lack of probable cause. Probable cause can be anything from suspicious activity in the vehicle to weaving while driving or failure to signal. I am sure you could find a lawyer who would try but I am also sure the judge would eventually find for probable cause in the end.
When they find probable cause, you told a friend you did it and where you hid the evidence, that would be probable cause.
In this context, probable cause is the reasonable belief that a search will recover evidence of a crime.
NO NO, but if they do have probable cause, they'll kick the door in. Probable cause does not always involve a piece of paper.............like a warrant. If you lock the door, after they speak to you, you can be charged with obstructing and delaying, if they had probable cause.
Yes. But police aren't required to have probable cause to pull you over - the standard is reasonable suspicion, which is much lower than probable cause.
Under the law - "Reasonable Suspicion" that something has occurred, or is about to occur, leads to "Probable Cause.
They don't need 'probable cause', just a 'reasonable suspicion'.
check fuel pressure first
Yes, in order to be able to arrest someone with probable cause that said probable cause must be done under oath or affirmation.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but it might be the spark plug , spark plug wire , not the proper air / fuel mixture to that engine cylinder , and there are probably other causes
The Ford Explorer service light will come on to tell you of a problem. The issue could be minor, or could result in loss of fuel economy, or cause engine failure over time.
In which case?
Yes. A K9 is just one way to develop probable cause.
Yes, probable cause is a necessary link in the chain leading to conviction.
Probable Cause is more than mere suspicion but less than the amount of evidence required for conviction. Articulable Probable Cause must always be present and is the essential minimal justification for arrest.