What is the drive program to reset the computer for my pontiac grand prix 2002
It is not really all that involved, but the instructions in the service manual actually take up 2 pages. I cannot post them here due to copyright issues, but if you think you really need them, you can visit my profile by clicking my profile picture below or click any of my ads on the FixYa site and sign up for my Pro Services Email support and I will be happy to get them to you.
Otherwise I can simply tell you that NORMAL driving for a day should get all of your OBD monitors to reset as long as it includes at least 3 minutes of highway driving (55 to 60 Mph).
If you have been having trouble getting the monitors to complete and your drive cycles have included this highway driving, then you most likely have a pending code in your system. You can find out what it is by scanning the computer system with a scanner that is able to display pending codes.
NOTE: Many generic OBD code readers cannot do this. Refer to the instructions/specifications for the code reader to check for this capability and/or how to use it.
Nov 18, 2011 |
2002 Pontiac Grand Prix