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The location of the ecm fuse on 98 isuzu rodeo

Just trying to find out where the ecm/ecu fuse is located to reset the ecm

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  • c38hot May 11, 2010

    disconnect battery for 5 minutes , sometimes there is more than just one fuse , proper scantool can reset codes , hard codes will reappear when there is a problem

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    cannot locate ecm computer on car?

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ECM fuese are located in the fusebox in the engine compartment-left sidefacing the vehicle.

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