It does not have a reset button or inertia switch.
There is no ECU reset button.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.
A 1991 Oldsmobile does not have a reset button.
A 1991 Chrysler does not have a reset switch.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.
Push the reset button.
Gm does not use reset/inertia switches
Take it to the Dodge Dealership and let them either change the sensor or reset the system for you.
GM vehicles do not have inertia/reset switches.
doesnt have a reset, it only has a relay under the hood.
the dealer should of reset it when they did the service. To reset the maintenance required button, insert your key into the slot next to the required maintenance button on the dash and push it in. It will reset the button to "green".
behind the steering wheel on the speedometer for the car
Take the bulb out
Press reset button assembly located in trunk on driver side fender under carpeting
I believe there is a button in the trunk. I will check my manual
There is a reset button on the passenger side under the dash. Turn the ignigion on but don't start the car. Press and hold the reset button for about 5-15 seconds. Turn off ignigion and turn back on. It should reset then. If not, push the button with the ignition off and then turn the car on after the 15 seconds.
I found the reset switch on the left side trunk hinge on a 1988. Press the button to reset. Should be similar for yours.
it is a small button underneath the dash on the passenger side of the car, it is down where the passengers ankle would be. behind the carpet
People will be able to help you out a lot better if they know what reset button you are looking for. Make sure you say model, year, and what engine is in the car. Will be looking for more specific question so we can help you out.
Yes it will... you need to switch the flywheels though to mount it to the automatic transmission...
There wasn't a 1991 Dodge Stratus.
I would like to fine out what years of 3.0 motor will fit in my 91 dodge daytona