Question about 2000 Aston Martin DB9
Use the OBD2 to check the problem and u can erase it in the same time.
i used before "OBD2 3130" i don't remember the full name
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
Reset your ecm. Do this by turning your key to on position with a/c on " engine not running" then disconnect positive battery terminal wait 30 sec. and reconnect, Should clear out all codes from ecm. If this don't work may have to go put on the computer to diagnose problem. But i think this will help. Good luck and let me know how it go's.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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