I changed the battery in my car and now the ABS, Battery, EPS, Brake and ESC OFF lights are on. Also my steering is very hard and the windows nor the rear lights work. Someone said I needed to reset my car. How do I do this?

Asked by Mary Oct 24, 2018 at 08:41 AM about the 2011 Hyundai Elantra Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

If I shouldn't have to reset my car, what else could it be? The battery is in correctly and it will crank up.

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Did you use a preset saver tool that plus into the OBD 2 port before battery disconnect? If not then you lost the factory presets for the BCM unfortunately the only place to get it reflashed is the dealership, usually runs around a hundred bucks.

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How do you reset without paying 100 buck to the dealership?

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mine was the same and all the lights came on and the power steering would not work..... turns out it was the main fuse .... the dealer replaced the fuse and all was good. 10 to 15 dollar fuse. Try that first.

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