I had taken out my pass. seat a couple weekends ago to have more room to get at my in-cabin micro filters, when I put the seat back in I must have not fully put in the sensor on the bottom of it and my light came on.cas8_1999 said:i nedded to take my drivers seat out a while back and dissconected it but when i put it back in the air bag light still flashes do i need to reset ecu or something
As far as the ecu knowing the drivers behavior, I dunno about that, hopefully one of mighty G20 guru's can shed some light on that.cas8_1999 said:the ecu is down by the under the glove compartment right? how do i know the ecu reset button and i thought someone said something like the ecu learns the drivers behavior and style of driving for the p11 and would that be anything i look into before i reset
FYI the procedures are pretty much the same for a P11. Im not quite sure what LED he refers too. But youll turn that screw, watch your instrument panel, the lights will flash, wait a couple secs. Then turn it the screw back counter clock wise. The screw will continullay unscrew (Im not sure why??) but I did a couple full turns watched my panel, waited, then turned it back again.NismoPC said:This is a modified version of the procedures copied directly from www.se-r.net, since this topic has been discussed a few times now. I do not know if this procedure is the same for the P11's, but can not see why it wouldn't be the same.
Here is the procedure.
1. Locate the ECU (under your dash in the center console passenger side). You need to remove a plastic panel to access the ECU.
2. Once the panel is removed look for a small screw covered with a piece of tape next to a LED on the ECU.
3. Turn the ignition to the ON position (engine not running).
4. Turn the screw fully clockwise, wait 2 seconds, and then turn it fully counter-clockwise.
The LED will start to display the code by a series of long flashes, followed by a series of short flashes. Your check engine light on the instrument cluster will also flash in the same sequence. This sequence will repeat. You can use this to see if there are any ECU error codes.
5. Once the screw is turned fully clockwise and counter-clockwise again, the ECU will be reset.
Go to www.se-r.net for more info on this.