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The battery in my car went dead, and when I tried to start it, of couse it just clicked and wouldnt turn over. After I took out the key, I could tell that the turbo timer thought that the car was still running, because I could feel the AC blowing. I heard from someone that jump starting with a turbo timer could mess it up, so we hooked the cables up to my car for a few minutes, and then removed them and the car started right up. But now the turbo timer will no even turn on.... Do you think that I could of fried it??? Or is there a trick to reseting it???? I tried pushing all they buttons together, but that did nothing..... Does anyone have any ideas on what is wrong???? Thanks!
 

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Did you check the fuse for the unit? Sometimes fuses pop when the car is jumped from the surge of power.
 

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Thanks for your help, but I found the manual buried in all my paperwork for the car and my JDM girlfriend read it and found how to reset it. Im sorry If I wasted anyones time.......
 

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Blue99Altezza said:
Thanks for your help, but I found the manual buried in all my paperwork for the car and my JDM girlfriend read it and found how to reset it. Im sorry If I wasted anyones time.......

How'd you reset it? It's working fine now?
 

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Blue99Altezza said:
Thanks for your help, but I found the manual buried in all my paperwork for the car and my JDM girlfriend read it and found how to reset it. Im sorry If I wasted anyones time.......

haha :lol:
 

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dasgalloway said:
How'd you reset it? It's working fine now?
To reset the model that I have, I had to press and hold the top left botton, and then press the bottom right button. It made a magical beep, and it turned back on!! It works fine now. I am not positive on the model I have, so this information is probally useless to everyone...... Sorry, This is an awesome forum with A LOT of knowledgeable people, and I plan of using a lot of the information on this forum when I turbo my Altezza and a IS300 when I come back to the states, whenever that may be....... Thanks again!
 
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