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clear ECU fault codes

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Hi,

There sure is. Plug in the cable, turn the key to the ON position and hit F3. The ECU will now connect to the laptop.

Once connected, select ECU Controls > Clear ECU Fault Codes from the main menu at the top.

Done. Turn the key off and disconnect the cable.

Regards,

Phil

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Good afternoon,

While connected to the ECU if you select View > Event log the window will display showing all current events including fault codes.

Regards,

Scott

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Hi Yasir,

Looking a the image you linked to above, you currently do not have any fault codes, that is why none appear in the list. When you cleared the fault codes you would have wiped any that were there.

Regards,

Scott.

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Hi Yasir,

The Link ECU does not control the airbags, this will have a separate ECU that needs to have its faults reset. Most vehicles need this done with a scan tool on the OBDII port.

Possibly you could try disconnecting your battery for 20 minutes and see if this clears the airbag light.

Regards,

Scott.

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