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Hoping you folks have a minute to provide some info.

I'm keeping my 2015 Rubicon, but selling the kids 2015 420 Rancher as they never use it any more and had a guy come over last night to buy it, and when he started the bike, the 23 code started flashing on the check engine light and it was the first time I saw it. I just picked up a new O2 sensor and should have it installed after work.

My question is this... if the code was caused by a bad O2 sensor, will the code stop flashing as soon as I put in a new sensor? Or do I have to get it "reset" at dealer? Anything I can do manually (i.e. disconnect battery terminals, etc.) that would clear the code?

Any assistance is greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

Jeff
 

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been there but bought the tool, $20. The manual posted on this site for the 2014 rancher is the same.

How to erase the OTG with SCS service connector
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Remove the dummy connector (page 4-6).
3. Short OLe terminals using the special tool.
TOOL:
SCS Service Connector (1] 070PZ-ZY30100
Connection: Brown - Green
4. Turn the ignilion switch ON.
5. Remove the special 1001 from the DLe.
6. The Mil wit! light for approximately 5 seconds. While the MIL lights,
short the DLe terminals again with the special 1001. The self-diagnostic
memory is erased jf Ihe MIL goes off and starts blinking.
NOTE:
The OLe must be jumped while the MIL is illuminated. If nol, the MIL will
not start blinking.
PGM-FI SYSTEM
Note that the self-diagnostic memory cannot be erased if the ignition switch is turned OFF before the MIL starts blinking
 

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Hoping you folks have a minute to provide some info.

I'm keeping my 2015 Rubicon, but selling the kids 2015 420 Rancher as they never use it any more and had a guy come over last night to buy it, and when he started the bike, the 23 code started flashing on the check engine light and it was the first time I saw it. I just picked up a new O2 sensor and should have it installed after work.

My question is this... if the code was caused by a bad O2 sensor, will the code stop flashing as soon as I put in a new sensor? Or do I have to get it "reset" at dealer? Anything I can do manually (i.e. disconnect battery terminals, etc.) that would clear the code?

Any assistance is greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

Jeff
been there but bought the tool, $20. The manual posted on this site for the 2014 rancher is the same.

How to erase the OTG with SCS service connector
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Remove the dummy connector (page 4-6).
3. Short OLe terminals using the special tool.
TOOL:
SCS Service Connector (1] 070PZ-ZY30100
Connection: Brown - Green
4. Turn the ignilion switch ON.
5. Remove the special 1001 from the DLe.
6. The Mil wit! light for approximately 5 seconds. While the MIL lights,
short the DLe terminals again with the special 1001. The self-diagnostic
memory is erased jf Ihe MIL goes off and starts blinking.
NOTE:
The OLe must be jumped while the MIL is illuminated. If nol, the MIL will
not start blinking.
PGM-FI SYSTEM
Note that the self-diagnostic memory cannot be erased if the ignition switch is turned OFF before the MIL starts blinking


Good day,

Where did you purchase the tool and what is the name of it?
 

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The top part number is listed above in my previous post
070PZ-ZY30100
You can get it at amazon if you want
 
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