code to reset computer

Asked by Jun 10, 2016 at 10:32 PM about the Pontiac Trans Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Not on a Pontiac, a code scanner is the best and safest way to reset the vehicles ECM.

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How do u use a scanner on 1995 Pontiac trans port?

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If you have a good one you just hook it up turn it and the key to on locate the clear mode in the menu and push the button. On your vehicle, as it is so old a scanner is not necessary (you didn't state the year) you simply disconnect a battery cable, turn on the headlight switch, wait 30 seconds, turn off the headlight switch and reconnect the battery, block the wheels and then set the park brake, start then engine and put it in gear, turn on all accessories and wait for the idle to stablise, turn off all accessories, put the trans in park, shut down the engine, unblock the wheels, restart the engine and drive it as you normally do, if everything is fixed then the check engine light should stay off while the engine is running and driving.

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