If I unhook the battery in my 2012 Camry LE will it reset my stereo so I have to Enter a Code? I dont have the code. I bought it with 19,000 miles on it.

Asked by Oct 04, 2013 at 10:22 AM about the 2012 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my objective is to reset the computer because the so called learned transmission is not learning my driving style at all.  So I am reading that unhooking the battery will reset this.

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Your are right, disconnecting the battery could cause your radio to go into theft mode, the best way to do a reset is to locate the ECM fuse in the power distribution box and remove it then double check to make sure they didn't back it it up with another fuse in the interior fuse box, wait at least 30 seconds before reinstalling the fuses. If the dealer is a good one in your area they can lookup the radio code using the vin but they usually want to see the car, I guess to make sure it it not a HOT vehicle or radio.

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yeah they just saw the car for the shifting issue this past monday hopefully they will remember. Thanks for your help

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Owners manual has it or google it's a little confusing

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