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I have had my CEL come on and would like to know if there is a way to reset it to check if the problem has been fixed without taking it to a garage?
Can I simply disconnect the battery to reset it or is it more complicated than that?

Thanks for the help, I did a search but was unsuccessful in finding an answer after reading through the responses to my search.
 

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Pull the fuse under the hood for a hour or so then hook it back up, that will clear it.

Travis

Oh yeah, what he said, crank it over. My bad, knew I was forgeting somthing.
 

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Pull the fuse and crank it for a few seconds. That will clear it instantly.
 

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fuse 15 under the hood, in the fuse box.

you might as well take a drive to autozone and have the code scanned, they do it for free.
 

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fuse 15 under the hood, in the fuse box.

you might as well take a drive to autozone and have the code scanned, they do it for free.
yup, just make sure if you pull the fuse don't go by what the top of the fuse says, look under the cover for where it is.
 

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Driving to Autozone would require me to go to the USA and finding an Autozone.

Code scanning for free in Canada???? Not that I am aware of.

Every garage that I have called wants $50- $70 to read codes from an OBD II system.

Anyone here know of a free place for OBD II code reading in British Columbia?
 
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