Question about 1994 Toyota MR2
I recently started my 1994 MR2 without the air box installed and it immediately set off the check engine light. Now that I have re-installed the air box I would like to re-set the light. I have already tried removing the 15 amp ECM fuse and disconnecting the negative battery terminal but neither method seems to work. Can you help me?
Take the negative cable off again and press and hold the brake pedal down for about 10 seconds. What that does is drains the power from all the capacitors in the engine's computer and will reset the computer properly otherwise leave it off overnight. Let me know how it goes.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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