Reset Car Computer?


It is very easy to reset a cars computer. The first step is to open the hood and remove the battery cables from the battery. Then go to the fuse box and find the fuse that says 'ECM' and then after it is found, remove it from the box. Leave the cables unplugged for around 10 to 20 minutes. Then replace the fuse and put the battery cables back on the battery. The car should be reset now.
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1. Open up the hood. 2. Remove the positive terminal cable from the battery using your pliers or wrench. 3. Go to your fuse box in your car, and look at the diagram. Select the fuse
Typically, to reset a car computer, you pull the ECM fuse or disconnect the battery for a minute or so while the ignition switch is off. However, if the reason you are resetting is's_co...
Ive been told u can try this unplug negitive post and turn key to on position and wait for about five seconds turn key off and put negitive back on and that will or should reset everything
1. Contact your system administrator. If you are on a domain - a network of computers at work or through a shared system - contact the person or persons responsible for the network.
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How to Reset a Car Computer
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