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Cann't reset the used indicator on the air filter

Dodge 2500ram 4wheel 5 speed Air filter cann't reset the used indicator on the air filter for the turbo cummings 5.9 engine after replaceing the filter

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You have tried unhooking the battery for about ten minutes ? and if your stereo is an anti-theft unit.. make sure you know the code first.

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