Re: Is there a way to reset the PCM .
You are right, in that a couple of minutes is not enough to reset it; when I am doing work on it, I discopnnect the neg, for at least 20 minutes or so. Just remember, You only remove the negative first, then the positive. You always install the positive first, then the negative. I am sure you have seen spark when removing the positive., correct ? If there is any gas leakage from around the battery, that is when it is extremely dangerous. Any signs of the green oxidation around the terminals is indicative of such gas leakage.
2006 GC Overland QD II
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