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If it is to clear a "check engine" light, any good auto parts store will loan you an ECM analyzer or bring it out to your car and take care of it for you.
The analyzer plugs in near the drivers left knee and you simply follow the on-screen instructions to read the code(s) and reset them.
If you need to reset the computer for some other reason, the easiest way is to disconnect the battery for about 1/2 hour. Please be advised that this will also reset your security system and radio codes and if you do not have them either in your manual package or written down, you may have problems with these systems after a full reset.
IF ALL PLUGS AND WIRES +COILS BEEN CHANGED FUEL FILTER CHANGE TRANSMISSION FLUID + FILTER. MAKE TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL IS CORRECT .IF YOU HAD A FULL TUNE UP.YOU COULD HAVE LOW COMPRESSION ON SOME OF THE CYLINDERS.AND TIMING CHAIN WORN.THESE 2 THINGS WILL CAUSE NO POWER.ALSO RESTRICTED EXHAUST OR MUFFLER.
hi, the two clamps that secure the radiator have a small slot on the top, if you insert a small screwdriver into the slot and use it as a pry bar you should be able to unclip the holding clamp and it then releases like a hinge.