unhook the positive battery cable wait 5 minutes hook back up codes cleared This will work on some vehicles, especially up until 1995. After that one some vehicles, the only way to reset the computer is with an OBD 2 scan tool. If you do not repair the problem then the computer will store a new code, and the light will come back on.
Auto Zone will check your computer codes for FREE... They can also clear them.
go to autozone and buy the scanner for $130. works on all 1996 and up vehicles. works great on my 2001 frontier.
please clear your question what codes and definations u want?
If the check engine light stays on for the Nissan Pulsar n16, you would need to check the engine in order to clear codes. You can take the car for service and the problem will be diagnosed and restored to normalcy.
Disconnect the battery - wait a few minutes and reconnect ____________________________________________ Your best and correct way to clear your computer of any codes is to have a code reader. Auto Zone will check and clear your computer codes for FREE.
Auto Zone will check your computer codes for FREE...
Borrow, rent or buy a good quality OBD2 code scanner. The good ones let you clear the codes. Any codes that WON'T clear are usually caused by a failed component that needs to be replaced.
What do you mean... reflash? Trying to get comp codes? Trying to clear all comp codes?
Take it to advanced auto parts and have them clear the codes ... its free.
The average Nissan automobile has more than 400 diagnostic troubleshooting codes. You can obtain a complete list of diagnostic codes from most Nissan dealerships.
No.....its against the law to clear codes.
With a scan tool, or unhooking the battery.
Usually diconnecting the battery cable for a few minutes and then reconnecting it will reset the computer That was way back in the old days. Now the computors retain history codes and the only way to clear them is by using a diagnostic computer and only does current codes and not history codes.
Sometimes simply disconnecting the battery will clear codes, or after cycling through the start mode so many times will do it .You can also plug an O.B.D. unit into your E.M.C. as a code reader and clear codes. Pull the fuse for the ecm.
The codes are telling you there is a problem. If the problem is not fixed the codes will come back.
Pulling a fuse will not clear codes on this vehicle. A scan tool is required to clear codes.
pretty much instantly. As soon as the codes are cleared the check engine light goes off and vice versa, unless there still is trouble. In this case the codes won't clear until the trouble is repaired.
you can either purchase a computer programmer ($200-$350+) that will allow you to check and clear codes as well as adjust computer settings for maximum performance or take the vehicle to most auto parts stores that can check the codes for free.
you get a code reader and hook it up to the fuse boc and it will say erase codes and u mass the green button.
Disconnect the battery for 15 minutes. It will clear the codes but will not solve the problem. Best thing is to have the codes read to find a solution.
get a computer scan done on it and if there is nothing wrong the computer can clear the codes.
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You can. 1. repair what is wrong with the car and wait for the computer to rerun tests. 2. use a scan tool to clear the codes. 3. disconnect and reconnect the cars battery for a minute or so and that will clear the codes. #2 and #3 will only clear it until the system reruns tests, if the issue still has not been fixed the codes will return.
Try disconnecting battery for about 10 mins. or have vehicle scanned to determine problem or clear codes