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Old 10-18-2010, 07:59 PM
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how do you reset the computer on 1993 f150

1993 f150 5.0 .....How do you reset the computer ect ...while working today replacing a thermostat I unhooked the battery cables and cleaned them well ...;eft them unhooked a couple of hours.

When I finished and started truck trip meter is still holdfing the right mileage so it did not get cleard during this time.If I did want to clear codes and reset computer what would be the process to do it?
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The odometer/trip meter is stored in the PSOM, no amount of battery disconnecting will reset them. Your PCM is reset if you left the cables off more than a few minutes.
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