What is the drive trace for a 1997 Ford Aspire How can I reset the computer so it will pass Echeck?
You must reset the ECM, in order to do this you must get an OBD
II compliant scan tool. Carefully follow all directions that come
with the tool. Make sure to write down all codes that are retrieved
when the tool completes its scan. However this will not guaranty
that your car will pass, sometimes an old code will remain in the
system and cause you to fail but if a code reoccurs you will need
to repair the problem that caused the code to appear in the first
place. in the case of a recurring code I recommend that if you
aren't a wrench yourself that you find a mechanic, but don't let
him know that you reset the car or that you have the tool. That way
if he tries to get cute with you you'll know it and so save
yourself a lot of wasted time and money. If you're worried about
the cost of the tool consider this - an OBD II scanner works on all
cars from 1996 to today on cars and trucks that were sold in the
US. So it is a good investment.