How do I reset engine codes in a 2007 Suzuki Forenza

Asked by Jul 10, 2015 at 07:12 PM about the 2007 Suzuki Forenza Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

A small coolant hose came off throttle body and sprayed coolant on firewall and engine computer. After I dried the computer plugs and fired up engine the check engine light came on and the Auto Zone guy said you have many, many codes. How do I reset the computer to clear the codes??

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Do not no about your vehicle but some vehicles you can disconnect the positive terminal for about 10 seconds then reconnect and it will go off then there are the vehicles that need the hand held computer to turn it off and then there's after the problem has been fixed it will go out on its own.

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Usually the light will go off on its own with in 30 minutes to an hour if the problem was fixed.

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@firebird338: you have give false information about how to reset ecu. you must disconnect the negative terminat for about 10 seconds, NOT the positive terminal.

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