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    reset computer?

    Had my brakes shoes replaced, now no clock and most of the dashboard lights are on in yellow. How to reset computer. Can changing the brakes cause this problem, battery was not disconnected, hmmm, thanks guys! yep, still have the 03.
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    I can't think of any reason why you'd experience

    the symptoms you mention just because of a brake pad change. If this was caused by a legit shop, then the most obvious thing to do would be take it back to them. But something's telling me this was done by a weekend wrench.

    It's one reason I use a real shop when I'm into something outside my comfort zone, because their mechanics are typically not allowed to drink during working hours. ;)


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