Question about 1991 Chrysler New Yorker
Trouble code 55 really isn't a trouble code at all. It indicates the END of the trouble codes. If that is all you are getting, then there are no codes stored.
Easiest way to reset the PCM is to pull the possitive battery cable for 30 seconds to a minute. Of course, you loose your radio presets and whatnot. If you prefer, just pull the fuse for the PCM out of the fusebox for the same length of time and replace. I don't know the exact one, but there should be a diagram on the fuse box door, or nearby the fuse box.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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