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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If there is nothing else wrong with the system you just need to drive it over 25mph for more than 2 minutes. If you slow down below 25mph then you will have to start over. I would recomend getting on the freeway. Don't go over 60mph though, that will make it reset also. If it still says -40 after you are sure you have met the time and speed criteria. Then there is still a problem in the system. Make sure the connector at the temp sensor is clean and the terminals are good.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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