Question about Ford Ranger
The easiest thing to try if you don't have a code reader that can erase codes is to remove both negative and positive battery terminals and hold them together for about a minute, this should drain all power from the battery and cause it to erase those trouble codes. If that doesn't work either buy a cheap code reader for $50-$100 that can erase codes.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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