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ECU reset?

Should I reset my ECU after I fix a misfire that I had for a while?

If so, how do you reset it?

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Should I reset my ECU after I fix a misfire that I had for a while?

If so, how do you reset it?
Take it to a mechanic.
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Pull fuse # 15 in the distrubution box near the battery, turn the engine over, return fuse to its previous location, and drive off.

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