20 minutes wont do it; look up "Ford Drive Cycle"
Ford Motor Company Driving Cycle
You can use a Xcal2 to reset the computer, or try to start it after removing fuse 15 in the underhood fuse holder, Or disconnect the battery for 30 minutes...
The key things:
Car must be warmed up. >2 minutes of drive time to start process. I'd think more towards 10.
They need to be done in sequence; if not, some tests will repeat when a previous step is fulfilled.
Here's what I personally do.
I start the car, go inside, make a glass of tea, and go get in the car.
Drive out of the hood, hit the 4 lane.
drive ~4 miles, to the split.
Turn around, and drive the other way, past the house, thru town.
Stop and go for ~10 non-equally spaced redlights.
Drive to wal mart, ~10 miles, 60-70mph, depending on cops.
Park car, go shop for a bit, drive home.
The CE light will hit about the time I get to this one intersection, if one is going to go.
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Last edited by Grog6; 02-26-2018 at 08:30 PM.