You do not have to reset anything. but you should have the battery disconnected. and once you reconnect the battery it will reset your computer.
I think you've asked this before...The computer has to be reset by the dealer. Sorry bout your luck buddy. Good Luck from now on!!!
You do not have to reset the computer after this repair. If the Check Engine Light is on it is not because you made this repair. If you disconnected the battery the computer will reset itself.
You can reset the computer in your H2 Hummer by disconnecting the ground cable from the battery. Leaves the battery cable disconnected for 10 seconds, and reconnect.
The 1990 Mitsubishi does have a computer. You can reset the computer by removing the positive cable from the battery. Keep the cable off for 30 seconds and return it to its original position.
DISCONNECT THE BATTERY FOR A FEW MINUTES.
To reset the computer on a 2002 Ford Taurus disconnect the negative battery cable. Leave the battery cable disconnected for five to ten minutes. Reconnect the cable and start the car. The computer should be reset.
some vehicles will reset to computer if you leave the battery disconnected for a while (sometimes 15-30min)
I will try to answer this. If you mean codes in the on board computer, it takes 100 miles of driving to make the computer readable if the battery has been disconnected for some time or the error codes have been erased from the ECU (computer).
simply disconnect the battery for 30 seconds and it will reset all of your learned fuel trims in your ecu
Remove the battery from the vehicle for 10mins and then reconnect. The trip computer should go into 'Power Up' mode.
This is because each time the battery is disconnected, the computer in the car loses power. When the new battery is hooked up, the computer system needs to be reset to stop the lights from blinking.
unplug the battery, let it sit disconnected for 10-15 minutes, plug it back in...voila
Disconnect the battery, keep it disconnected for five to 20 minutes, reconnect the battery.
Disconnect your battery, and leave it disconnected for at least 24 hours. The battery backup on the computer will die after 24 hours, at that point, the service engine indicator is reset.
Simply pulling the battery cables will not work on this minivan, you must reset the codes with a code scanner. I disconnected the battery cables for 24 hours and still had to borrow a snap-on scanner from a friend to read and reset the codes.
do you have to reset computer after changing battery in 2003 745li
No, there is not. Most code readers will allow you to reset the check engine light, but you can reset it simply by disconnecting one battery terminal and touching it to the other to discharge capacitors in the system. If this makes you nervous, just pull a battery terminal and leave it disconnected for 45 minutes or so. When you reconnect it, the computer will be reset.
the bronco needs to have the ground wire connected from the battery to the body. if you replaced the battery and disconnected that ground it simply won't start.
The Explorer will need to relearn its idle etc ( drive cycle ) and the clock and radio stations will have to be reset
There is nothing to reset. The computer will function normally when you connect the battery again.
You do not have to reset the computer.
KAM is reset in a vehicle by a diagnostic tool or when the battery is disconnected for more than 5 minutes.
There is nothing to reset. You already reset the PCM back to factory settings when you disconnected the battery to replace it. Now you must drive the vehicle normally so it will relearn your driving habits, conditions you drive under, climate, etc.
The computer needs reset. Disconnect the negative battery cable and let it set for 15 to 30 minutes. This will allow the computer to lose power and reset itself when the cable is reconnected. This should fix the problem if indeed the emission light is on because the hose was disconnected.