If the battery is out of the car for more than 6 hours the computer will get rest. If you are removing the old battery and replacing it with a new one immediately you should not have any problems. You also could buy an adapter that plugs into your cigarette lighter which uses a 9V battery to maintain the power to the computer while the main battery is removed. You could buy these adapters at your local auto stores.
To reset the computer on a 1998 Bravada you need to disconnect the negative cable from the battery. Leave off for 10 minutes and reattach.
COMPUTERS GENERALLY RESET THEMSELVES WHEN YOU DICONNECT THEN RECONNECT THE BATTERY
Disconnect the battery for about 5 minutes then hook it back up.
You can unhook the battery or use a scan tool.
Scan tool or unhook the batteryScan tool or unhook the battery
Easy way is to disconnect the battery cables for about 30 minutes.
disconnect the battery for a good ten mins
Un plug the BATTERY FOR 10 OR 15 MINUTES. I mean unplug BOTH the battery contacts, and plug them back this will RESET ALL the faults
The computers reset themselves when the battery is unhooked.
Try disconecting the battery post for a bout 4 hours, and it should reset the computer on the car.
Unhook the battery for about an hour then reconnect it and drive it for about 20 minues.
You don't reset the computer. The ECU will relearn after a few driving cycles. No input necessary on your part. Just drive normally.
The easiest way to reset the computer in your 1998 automobile is to remove the positive cable from the battery. Keep the cable off for 30 seconds and return it to its original position.
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.
DISCONNECT THE NEGATIVE BATTERY LEAD AND WAIT 1-3 MINUTES THIS WILL RESET THE COMPUTER THAT REGULATES THE IDIOT LIGHTS
unplug the battery, let it sit disconnected for 10-15 minutes, plug it back in...voila
Try disconnecting the battery. It will reset computer. In which case disengages the transmission.
With a scan tool, or by disconnecting the battery for 10 minutesWith a scan tool, or by disconnecting the battery for 10 minutes
un hook the battery then rehook battery should reset if not then bad sensor some where
The Explorer will need to relearn its idle etc ( drive cycle ) and the clock and radio stations will have to be reset
try removing the negative lead on the battery for about 30 min that will reset your computers
No. If you car is having difficulty requiring reset, disconnect the battery overnight or for several hours. This will reset the computer and clear any codes that may cause the computer to prevent the ignition from operating. There are a couple of ignition codes that will prevent the car from starting.
disconnect the battery for 1 minute and it will reset.
It requires a scanner as the new computors keep history codes. Removing a battery cable will NOT do it.
disconnect battery or buy moduleSome cars you can disconnect the battery overnight. This will reset everything. If that doesn't work, there is also a module you can buy from most auto part stores for about $115 that will reset the computer in your car. Regardless it is usually the computer in the car that is keeping the light on. If you need to reset the computer/light to get a state inspection you may have to reset the light and drive the car more than 100+ miles to truly reset the light. Note: The light must stay off for the required miles to reset the computer. Some states have this law and it must be changed.