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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat500USA View Post
    To do a battery reset on a Fiat 500:
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable and hold the brake down for about 5 minutes.
    2. Wait 20 Minutes, then hook up the negative.
    3. Turn ignition on and wait 1 minute before starting.
    Wait a minute! LOL!!
    Is this for a computer or a car?

    Good to know. In the owners manual I assume?
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    I tried. I disconnected the negative, pushed down on the break and held it for a bit several times. I left it disconnected for probably about 30 minutes and I turned it on and waited over a minute before I started it. It didn't change anything. My clock is blinking, so I know it lost it's energy supply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cketterer View Post
    I tried. I disconnected the negative, pushed down on the break and held it for a bit several times. I left it disconnected for probably about 30 minutes and I turned it on and waited over a minute before I started it. It didn't change anything. My clock is blinking, so I know it lost it's energy supply.
    Sorry to hear. Curious if the battery was done at an AutoZone?
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    Yes, what made you ask that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cketterer View Post
    Yes, what made you ask that?

    Just fits a pattern. A lot of these parts retailers force people to work on cars without the proper training, information or tools,
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    What probably happened is that the reset got started but was interrupted when the voltage-holder and/or new battery was installed. The reset didn't get a chance to finalize. I've been FIATing for sixty years and I concur with the above suggestion with the following caveat- you really don't need to wait twenty minutes, just disconnect the negative cable from the new battery and then turn the outer lighting switch (on the turn signal stalk) to ON for a few seconds. That will bleed off any remaining charge that might be in a capacitor or two hiding somewhere in the electronics. be sure everything is OFF before reconnecting the negative cable to the battery

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    Does this procedure work on a FIAT 500L Trekking g as well?

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