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I replaced the battery in My 2004 Chrysler Sebring and my check engine light has been on since. There is no apparent problem with the cars performance. Is there something that needs to be reset?

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The computer should reset itself if you unhook the battery for 30-60 minutes, if not you will have to take it somewhere to clear the codes. Try what I said first, it should do the trick.
Hope that helps you.
Larry

Posted on Mar 25, 2011

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