how to resat the computer on 2010 chrysler sebring replaced altenater

Asked by Robert Oct 11, 2014 at 08:56 PM about the 2010 Chrysler Sebring Touring Sedan FWD

Question type: General

I have a 2010 Chrysler sebring replace the altenater    the battery light stays on how can I reset the computer

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Remove key from car,unhook +battery cable for 30 minute,s,then replace cable,s.Make sure key is not in the igintion when you do this.

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2010 you could activate the alarm and turn on anti theft in the radio if you just unhook the battery cables, the best way to reset the computer is locate the ECM main and the KAM fuses and remove just them, then wait about 30 seconds and reinstall the fuses, you may have to drive the vehicle so the ECM can run it's relearn capabilities.

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i have a 2008 Chrysler sebring. i just got a new alternator. my car starts up and then stalls out. am i just needing to reset the whole car by undoing the battery?

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What do it mean when the car want start but all the lights come on a 2010 Chrysler Sebring convertible

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Got a 2000 Chrysler Sebring Sebring AC compressors fully charge to Dentures clean offices look good can not get cold air

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Is the low pressure tube cold right close to the front bulkhead? If it is then you have a problem with the blend air doors. If it’s not cold then you have pressure problems.


my 2008 chrysler serb computer not working how do i reset it

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Take battery post of for five ten minutes sometimes take both battery end off

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