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Old 06-19-2013, 05:58 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by aggieguy13 View Post
gas is already done, i assume its 87. but after the first tank burns off. pull the #5 and i believe #10 fuze and it will reset it to learning again when i fill it back up
No. It's #5 & 20 and you'll want to refill the tank w/ 93 first... then pull fuses and let it sit overnight (or at least for a few hours).

In order to recalibrate your V8 Camaro, you must complete the following steps:
  • If your Camaro has low octane in the tank or if you’re not sure what fuel is in the tank, run the tank as low as possible to get rid of the low octane fuel.
  • Fill the tank with a high octane fuel, preferably a 91/93 blend.
  • Fuse #5 and fuse #20, which are both 15amp fuses, need to be removed. Let the car sit for a few hours or overnight if possible. (see photo below for location of the two fuses and the fuse puller)
  • Reinstalled fuse #5 and fuse #20. As you drive, the car will recalibrate itself based on the higher octane blend and you should notice a considerable performance difference.
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