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Could disconnecting the battery cause my Transmision to go into Limp Mode?

Could diconnecting my battery cause my transmision to go into Limp Mode. I have heard that after disconnecting the battery you should reset the trans computer. Is this true and how do i do it. it is an EA 30th Anniversary Model Falcon with the 4 speed auto.

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Re: Could disconnecting the battery cause my Transmision to go into Limp Mode?

No, I don't think so. An overcharged or undercharged battery may cause problems.

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