it should, doesn't matter if battery is disconnected for 10 minutes or whole day
Disconnect the battery, keep it disconnected for five to 20 minutes, reconnect the battery.
DISCONNECT THE BATTERY FOR A FEW MINUTES.
You will have to do a full global reset. To do this, disconnect both of the battery cables for 5 minutes and then tape or hold them together while they are disconnected for another 2 minutes. Reconnect everything and it will be reset.
not really sure but try this ,some asian autos require you leave battery disconnected a minimum of TEN minutes for the computer to reset.Then you reconnect and it will crank.HONDA'S are famous for this.
leave it alone for 15 minutes after disconnecting the battery then hook it back up DDUUHH
unhook the battery for a few minutes.
Just a matter of minutes.
disconnect negative of battery for 3 + minutes.
KAM is reset in a vehicle by a diagnostic tool or when the battery is disconnected for more than 5 minutes.
I had a CD stuck in the CD player. When I had the battery changed, and the battery was disconnected for about 15 minutes then reconnected, I was able to eject the CD!
Can you be more specific? Was your battery disconnected or did it lose it's charge? If you did not disconnect the computer, it would not need to be reconnected. If your battery was dead or disconnected, simply remove the positive battery cable for about 10 minutes and re-connect it. This should clear your code. Even if the code does not clear you should have no problems with the function of your car.
just disconnect the battery for a couple of minutes
This happened to me just recently. Not sure why. To resolve I disconnected the battery for 15 minutes reconnected and problem resolved.
Disconnect the battery for 5 minutes. Step on brake and try to start vehicle with battery disconnected. Reconnect battery. I stumbled onto this by accident.
If you had the battery disconnected then the computer has to relearn the optimum efficiency for everything that's going on. If you didn't disconnect the battery, then you should do that for about 30 minutes and clear the computer out so it can relearn with the new MAF sensor connected.
unplug the battery, let it sit disconnected for 10-15 minutes, plug it back in...voila
disconnect the negative battery terminal and leave it disconnected for 15 minutes, then reconnect.
The airbag is disabled by disconnecting the negative battery terminal for at least 5 minutes and leaving it disconnected.
Unhook the battery for ten minutes.
To reset the EMS on a Hyundai Elantra, disconnect the battery. Leave it disconnected for 10 minutes and then reconnect the cables.
tery must be unhooked for at least 20 minutes to allow air bag time to discharge then reconnect new battery
I am sure this is not the proper way to reset the light, but I disconnected my battery cable for ten minutes and it fixed the problem.
The air bags on all Ford Escorts can be immobilized by disconnecting the negative battery terminal for 5 minutes, then leave it disconnected.
Pull the negative battery cable for 2 minutes. Then put it back on.