why do u need to reset the ECU?? to do it basically just disconnect your negative terminal from your battery.... unless u can unplug the ECU its self?? Anyone know if that is gonna do anything?
The check engine light on a 2004 Honda Civic can be reset by unplugging the ECU fuse in the engine bay fuse box. The ECU fuse is located is blue and rated at 15 amps.
Disconnect the battery for 60 seconds, if that does not work remove the ECU fuse and the backup fuse for a minute.
To reset the check engine light on a 1994 Honda Civic locate the fuse box in the engine compartment. Find the ECU fuse and pull it off for at least 5 seconds. This will erase all codes on the ECU.
Disconnecting the positive battery terminal, waiting a few minutes and then connecting it back up works just as well to reset the ECU.
To reset the check engine light on a 1998 Honda Civic located the blue 15 amp fuse in the engine bay fuse box. The fuse is labeled ECU, and will reset the check engine light when removed.
You'll need a code scanner that has that option built in.
To turn off a 2002 Honda Civic engine light it needs to be reset. Resetting the light can be done by either disconnecting the battery or removing the ECU fuse.
If a Honda Civic is over revving than there may be a problem with the ECU. One of the functions of the ECU is to prevent the engine from over revving.
Check engine codes on Honda vehicles such as a 1992 Honda Civic have to be manually reset. To do so, remove the ECU fuse located inside the engine bay.
what are the wires to power up the ecu on a 1994 Honda civic si
A 2000 Honda Accord check engine light will stay on if the ECU is not reset. To reset the light remove the ECU fuse from the engine bay fuse box. Reinsert it after 5 seconds.