Looking to reset the "check engine" light on a 2005 odyssey

Asked by Feb 12, 2015 at 04:59 PM about the 2005 Honda Odyssey LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

just looking to reset the engine light manually

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You need to be concerned with what caused the Check Engine Light to come on, and later turning it off. The OBDII system has detected a fault somewhere. It can be turned off with a scanner, but will just reappear until the fault id found and fixed. For starters, the most common cause is a loose or missing gas cap. If that does not do it, you need an OBDII scan.

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if problem is fixed and does not clear code try disconnecting both battery terminals and holding wires together for 20 seconds usually resets computer

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