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What is computer reset code?

Battery died recharged and holding well. Acting like starter is dead.. it is not. Alarm sounds as soon as i try to turn on or open door with key in ignition. I know its a computer reset but undoing the battery as suggested is not working...Any other suggestions

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SOURCE: Engine code retrieval for a 1999 dodge avenger

3 times ..turn the key > off on off on off on .> then count the flashes of the light , flash flash pause flash flash , = 22 , pause , i think when you see 5 flashes pause 5 flashes , that means end of list . there might be multiple codes , have a note pad , you have to do it twice to be sure of the code(s) .

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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I do not think it is the fobs. Sound like a program glitch in the security system.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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PUT THE KEY IN THE DRIVERS' DOOR LOCK AND UNLOCK IT. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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SOURCE: New battery but still acts dead - Does computer need to be reset?

do not suspect computer.
1 the new battery may not have been charged from the store so would need to be charged before use, charge new battery on a charging set and see if this resoves the problem. *or use slave leads and start from a second vehicle)
2 your alternator may not be charging the battery so after a while it will just die. use a volt meter and check that volage is increaseing to your battery when the engine is running.
if not suspect alterantor defective and may need replacement.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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SOURCE: 1996 Dodge Avenger Security System went crazy now car won't start

try to put the key in the ingnition and turn it to the on possition and walk away for about 15 min come back turn it to off and see iff it starts

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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