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Check system light is on after changing batery

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Clear the light drive 10mils
ok now?
when you pull the battery all brains in car are reset. all.
the A/t will have to re learn your driving style, so let it.
you can plug in any scan tool and look to see what error is stored.
for as little as $7-15 bucks.
or go to the zone and ask em to...

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