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How do you reset the computer on a 2000 Dodge RAM 1500?

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2006-03-20 14:12:30
2006-03-20 14:12:30

if you disconnect the negative battery terminal for several minutes it will reset * On newer models it requires a "scan tool" available for purchase at most parts stores or at Sears. Also, many repair shops will do it for a small fee.

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You can either use a scan tool, or unhook the battery for 5 minutes.



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