Remove the nut from the negative battery cable using a socket set or wrench. Slide the cable off of the battery and set it aside.
Turn the headlight switch to the "On" position to drain the ECM of any remaining power. Wait at least 10 minutes,MB SD compact 4 then turn it back to the "Off" position.
Replace the negative battery cable by reversing the previous steps. Tighten the nut until it feels secure, paying attention not to overtighten it. The ECM has now been reset.
Tips & Warnings
If you find it difficult to keep the battery cable from touching the negative terminal,Creader CRP229 use a non-conductive material such as rubber as a barrier.
The negative cable is the black one marked with a minus sign.
Do not allow the negative cable to touch the positive one, or allow your tool to bridge the two terminals.
It's been a while since this celebrity couple walked the red carpet together, so we're excited to see that actor Jamie Dornan and his wife, Amelia Warner, were looking happy as they held hands for the UK premiere of the Fifty Shades hunk's new film, Anthropoid. The gorgeous pair certainly don't look like the parents of two children under the age of 3.It's been a while since this celebrity couple walked the red carpet together, so we're excited to see that actor Jamie Dornan and his wife, Amelia Warner, were looking happy as they held hands for the UK premiere of the Fifty Shades hunk's new film, Anthropoid. The gorgeous pair certainly don't look like the parents of two children under the age of 3.
Already parents to a daughter, Dulcie, the stunning duo welcomed their second child in March. For having two little ones at home, the actor and his model wife sure look relaxed and well rested, right?
We love how cool and casual they both look. Perhaps it's because it's summertime, but they both seem to be glowing!
Now that filming for Fifty Shades Darker has wrapped, Dornan is able to enjoy more time with this growing family. If anything, that alone should put a smile on Amelia's face, right? Who wouldn't want more time with Christian Grey?
Dornan's new film is based on a true story and focuses on a World War II assassination mission. Sounds intriguing, right? Since the Irish actor recentlyrevealed just how much he enjoys portraying a serial killer in the BBC thriller The Fall, we imagine he loved filming this one!
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Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski, Melissa Rivers as well as 2016 special co-hosts NeNe Leakesand Margaret Cho are back to take on all of the fashion from Sunday's 2016 MTV Video Music Awards with special celeb co-host JoJo!
On tonight's Fashion Police MTV VMA special, the co-hosts discuss the most talked about outfits from the show, including Beyoncé's Francesco Scognamiglio red carpet prom dresses. The sheer dress left little to the imagination and Margaret notes that it even showed a "hint of vagina."
While the co-hosts agree that the beading and the color of the dress are both beautiful, Melissa thinks that it could've used an extra "piece of lining."
Melissa then also adds that it looks like Beyoncé's Lorraine Schwartz jewels are covered up in "Muppet fur."
But even with a little lining issue, the co-hosts can agree that Beyoncé definitely brought "a look" to the carpet and has everyone talking!
In the video above, Brad also talks about Ariana Grande's recent "style makeover."
"She's having a full style makeover and she's rocking the ruffle trend, she's rocking the choker," Brad explains.
He then tells Ariana, "I'm so into you."
So what did the co-hosts think about the other red carpet looks from Sunday's show?
Watch the videos above to see a sneak peek of tonight's show and then watch the Fashion Police MTV VMA special tonight at 8 p.m., only on E! to find out who the co-hosts voted best uk prom dresses!
For just a minute, Rachelle Chapman forgot she was paralyzed. She just felt free.
The 30-year-old quadriplegic was flying through the air, having jumped out of a plane at 14,000 feet, fulfilling a dream she's had since she was a teenager. TheToday show was there to capture the amazing moment on camera.
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"It felt so freeing and peaceful, but most of all it made me feel like I wasn't paralyzed," she tells PEOPLE. "I was just like everyone else flying through the sky."
But Chapman isn't just like everyone else. The stay-at-home mom became known as the "paralyzed bride" in 2010 after a friend playfully pushed her in the pool at her bachelorette party, paralyzing her from the chest down.
Two weeks ago, using a special harness to keep her legs together, Chapman made the skydiving jump and admits she got a little nervous in the seconds before leaving the plane.
"On the ground I was totally chill, but when you're in an airplane getting higher and higher, the nerves start to kick in."
Skydiving is just the latest thing she's done to show quadriplegics can still lead active lives. She and husband Chris, 34, welcomed daughter Kaylee sixteen months ago, via surrogate.
"Being a mom is the best feeling in the world. I love singing to her and watching her dance," she says. "She is literally the easiest baby in the world and she's such a goofball."
Chapman adds her little girl is also completely at ease with her mom's wheelchair.
"She loves pushing me everywhere and taking rides on my lap and I love when she crawls from her crib on to my lap. So sweet!"
Chapman was an athlete before the accident, having played tennis for 20 years. Since the accident she's stayed active, playing wheelchair rugby and trying new sports with adaptive equipment. She's been surfing and recently got into water skiing.
"My dream is to play tennis again, but unfortunately, adapted equipment for that is really expensive."
Still, she has other big dreams for the future, including expanding her family.
"I have to admit, I'm having a little bit of baby fever again. We have three frozen embryos that are all girls and I know Kaylee would love a sister!"
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