behind and above the glovebox
Disconnect the battry for one hour: then reconnect-That should do it.
Yes it is.
dont know about the emissions stuff but if your planning to swap engines the ECM will also have to be switched as the 267 ECM will not work on the 305
Try to find another 97 1500 and swap to see if problem follows the ecm.
You can reset the ecm with a scan tool or by unhooking the battery.
Your ECM has deteced a problem with the emissions system. The light can be reset after the problem is repaired. You need an OBD2 scan tool to reset the light.
To reset the ECM remove the battery cable (s) for a few minutes. Replace cable. ECM has been reset.
Just unhook the battery cables for 5 mins, That will reset the ECM
just unscrew the battery terminal by 1 minute, or take off the fuse of the block panel for the same time
ECM reset for 2002 merc couger
Disconnect the battery for five to 20 minutes. This will reset the ECM.
Unplug you battery for 20 to 25 minutes that should reset you computer.
Passenger side of the firewall.
Resetting the ECM on a 1999 Subaru Forester requires the car to be off. Disconnect the negative battery terminal for t seconds and reconnect it. The computer will now be reset.
It is behind the battery.
Disconnect the battery, keep it disconnected for five to 20 minutes, reconnect the battery.
In a 1988 Chevy pickup the ECM is located behind the glovebox.
NO. The transmission wiring harness on the 1500 will NOT hook up to the 4L80E transmission and the COMPUTER / ECM will not operate the 4L80E. The 1500 MUST have the 4L60E put in it.
pull the ECM/PCM fuse for a few seonds then replace it. that should reset it
Unplug battery for 30 minutes then plug back on that will reset the ecm
The Electronic Control Module (ECM) is located under the right hand side of the instrument panel.
Under the hood, on the passenger side firewall.
un hook the batt neg for 30 sec it will reset it up to 95 96 and up you have to have a scan tool to reset the ecm
Passenger side behind the glove box.