Hello my engine light is on I fix the problem I disconnected the battery for 1 hour it came back on went to autozone they told me that I need to erase the code it's that true?

Asked by Apr 12, 2015 at 11:19 PM about the 2006 Ford Fusion SE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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190

Yes they are right. That's why you went there in the fist place, isn't it ?

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yes, sometimes unhooking the battery wont do it. if you need to reset the code it will take a scanner. autozone should be able to do it with their scanner.

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Autozone can't erase the code

190

Try a local service station , they will probably charge you between $50- $75.00......unless you are having issues with sensors, then the light will keep coming on until the necessary rprs. are made.

12,950

We are assuming that you fixed the problem with the CEL, if so, any shop with a scanner should be able to do what greaseball said. If the light persists, then you didn't fix the problem to begin with.

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