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skdmorse
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skdmorse Oct 20, 8:54pm - #53908 

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Turn off dash warning light

Ok to put this another way.

Does anyone know of a way to re-set the Celica's warning lights.

I know on other vehicles I have had, I would by a programmer that would re-set all codes so that the engine light would turn off.

Is there anything light that for a Celica or do I have to go to the dealer?

Thanks for the help...
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RicePowered Oct 20, 8:57pm - #53909 
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deconnect the battery for 5 minutes does the same thing.

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Doppelganger Oct 20, 11:58pm - #53910 

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I believe pulling the ECU fuse would accomplish the same thing, except it's easier and you won't have to reprogram your stereo settings.
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spaztikid Oct 21, 12:33am - #53911 
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or maybe there's actually a reason the light it on?
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swthrtracer Oct 21, 12:35am - #53912 
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Originally Posted by spaztikid
or maybe there's actually a reason the light it on?


Yeah...you might want to find out WHY the lights on before you go resetting your ECU.

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skdmorse Oct 21, 12:49am - #53913 

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The light is on because I am injecting a 75 HP shot of nitrous and gass in through my Cold Air Intake... It only comes on when I run it through the gears with the N2O going... Thanks for the input...
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