Tip & How-To about Cars & Trucks
Often time with these computerized vehicles they may start running rough, not shift right, and have little glitches while driving. Yes, you can take it to the dealer and have them check it out, and at the same time pay an exorbitant fee. Often this is not needed and there is a simpler solution to what appears a complex problem. Not trying to tell you that it may not be, but at least try this simple solution first. Disconnect your positive or negative battery cable for about twelve minutes, then put it back on. By doing this you reset the computer to its original stage. Be warned, after doing this most computers will have to relearn your driving habits.
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