If you reset the computer then the Check Engine light comes back on, it just means that the problem still exists. You need to use a code scanner, find out what's wrong, fix the problem properly THEN see if the light comes back on. Often when the problem is properly repaired the light will go off by itself and you don't need to clear the code.
Yes, and disconnecting the battery while the engine is running can severely damage the computers
Try disconnecting the battery for about 10 minutes - or have vehicel scanned to determine problem and have codes cleared
Try either disconnecting the battery for about 10 mins. or have vehicle scanned to determine problem and/or have codes cleared
with a diagnostic scanner for obd 11 - you could also try disconnecting the battery for a few minutes
Reset the Check Engine Light by disconnecting the battery for about 10 minutes.
If the engine is fuctioning properly try disconnecting the ground battery terminal for 1 minute. If the engine is fuctioning properly and this does not cure your needs. It will have to be reset by a mechanic with a diagnostic machine for Toyota.
Disconnecting the battery cable for a few minutes will reset the check engine light. If the light comes back on you will have to get the issue fixed or it will keep coming on.
Try disconnecting battery for about 10 mins. If this does not work , have vehicle scanned (at auto parts) to determine problem or have codes cleared
Try disconnecting the battery for about 10 minutes
I've heard that disconnecting the battery for an hour or so works. Or turning the ignition on and off (without starting the car) repeatedly.
Try disconnecting the battery for 5 minutes. If that does not work you will need an OBD2 scanner to reset it. Of course if you do not fix the problem that triggered the check engine light it will just come back on.
Try disconnecting the battery.
The check engine light goes on because there is a problem with the engine control system. Until the problem is fixed it will continue to come back on even after you clear it by disconnecting the battery.
Either try disconnecting the battery for about 10 mins. or have vehicle scanned to determine the problem On OBD2 disconnecting the battery will do no good as it keeps history codes.jd
My check engine light came on because the terminals were not connected tightly. no. quite the contrary. if you have a "check engine" light on, disconnecting, or in this case replacing the battery will turn it off. you have a different problem.
Try disconnecting the battery for 1 minute.
try disconnecting the battery that resets your computer
If your engine does not turn off by the key I suggest disconnecting the battery and alternator and immediately fixing what is wrong
Should be able to reset it by disconnecting the negative battery cable from the battery for ten minutes.
If you are sure that the all system is fine and does not need any service, you can reset the computer by disconnecting the battery for about 5-10 minutes. Or you can use of error code readers.
NO. has to be cleared with a scan tool
you can usually reset those by disconnecting the car battery for 15sec or so.
Just disconnect The Battery. Easy! Disconnecting the battery may or may not work. Know that if you do not repair the problem that set the check engine light in the first place, the light will just come back on. If disconnecting the battery does not reset the light you will have to use an OMB2 scan tool to reset it.
I reset the check engine light on my jeep by disconnecting it from the battery.