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Resetting maintenance indicator light after changing O2 sensors?

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I am going to change the O2 sensors on my 1998 TJ Wrangler Sport (6 cylinder, 4.0L). According to the Haynes manual, I need to reset the emissions maintenance indicator light. Here is the paragraph from Haynes manual:

"On 1991 and later models, the emissions maintenance indicator light can only be reset with a special tool available at most auto parts stores. After replacing the oxygen sensor, take the vehicle to a dealer service department or other properly equipped repair facility and have the light reset."

I looked up the factory service manual, and it did not mention any such indicator light. I wonder if anyone has heard such a light?

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Auto Zone will do it for you too but in NY (at least my location) were not "supposed" to do it I have no idea why but we gotta do it on the down low cause we get the 5th degree for clearin codes.

I always do it anyway =) never had a problem............
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