how do i reset computer in 2004 buick regal?

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Asked by Oct 09, 2014 at 12:08 PM about the Buick Regal

Question type: General

Want to reset computer to pass inspection

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***Is it an GS and would you consider selling it? *** Try removing Black Neg-- battery cable for maybe 20 minutes, then drive for at least 50 miles.. but why do you say it neede to be 're-set' for inspection

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Put new exhaust on removed resonator it was rusty now oxegen sensor keeps blowing fuse. Cars hot would like to keep. Can reset comp with tester was just curious how else to do it. Live near port Jervis NY would sell at right price of course, has 165,000 miles no rust perfect interior. But really like car. Every available option all original except exhaust rusted hadto replace and did it myself with after market parts. Stypid

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