what and where is the ECM to reset

Asked by Jul 04, 2014 at 08:48 PM about the 2005 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my 05 Camry idles to slow above there was this problem and it says to reset the ECM another says to run it with AC on and go about 6 to 10 mile and it will fix  it's self

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You can try negative battery cable and leave off for 5 minutes and hook up and drive for a bit and if it persists you need to go to mechanic and they will OBD it and erase code if able or it could be a code that needs parts changes. ecm can cost lots if required but get second hand from wrecker you will save 300-600 that way. some ecms are 1000$ retail shop. most auto stores will obd for free and give you read out so you know what exactly it is.

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ECM is under center console before pulling cable from chattery Get a code saver at auto zone cheap lighter plug kepts code For alarm and also radio Replace Cable ends if needed replace wait a few min.before Hocking up done.if still problem ECM replace get number from old unit To many different models to chose use old numbers

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