Disconnect battery to clear non-fault?
An idiot writes:
While looking for various sensors in the engine of my Volvo 850 GLT tdi
I have disconnected the wrong sensor and now the display has logged a
fault with the Lamda air quality sensor.
This is not faulty, just by starting the car with the sensor out has
logged it as a fault.
So, the question is:
Is disconnecting the battery likely to reset the diagnostics module and
clear the fault light when reconnected?
.... or is this a whole dead-horse-flogging session of the highest order
and I will need to either invest in £80 for service charge or a small
square of black tape to cover the light ... hmmm tough one that.
Will I do any harm by disconecting the battery, I have a note of the