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Old 03-21-2010, 05:56 PM   #1
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engine light!!!

hey everyone just want to see what everyone thinks about this. i had my camaro tuned this past wednesday the engine light was on because whoever put the headers in didnt do it rite. the passenger side sensor was no good. on friday i took it to the mechanic to put a new sensor and change the spark plugs, everything was well after. i drove yesterday all day and it was fine. i took it out today and just coming home now the engine light goes back on. i just want to see whats everyones thoughts on possibilities of what it could be.
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Old 03-21-2010, 07:25 PM   #2
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Either get yourself some sort of OBD II reader or go to auto zone an they'll pull the code
for free and tell you exactly whats going on. Don't long tube headers get rid of the cats? If so your probably throwing the "cat not warm enough code" because you don't have any.
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Old 03-21-2010, 07:38 PM   #3
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take it back to the tuner

LT Headers will sometimes throw a code (mine did) the tuner just needs to plug it back in and reprogram for the LT headers.
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I did KOOKs longtubes and had a custom tune by Jannetty racing via Diablo and couldn't be happier. No CE lights
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Just bring it to me to scan.Could easilly be a left over code from the not working 02 it had before.
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Old 03-21-2010, 09:11 PM   #6
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Just bring it to me to scan.Could easilly be a left over code from the not working 02 it had before.
depending on the weather is there anyway i can bring it this wed at around 3-330 i gotta work lunch. how much will i need to bring?
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hey everyone just want to see what everyone thinks about this. i had my camaro tuned this past wednesday the engine light was on because whoever put the headers in didnt do it rite. the passenger side sensor was no good. on friday i took it to the mechanic to put a new sensor and change the spark plugs, everything was well after. i drove yesterday all day and it was fine. i took it out today and just coming home now the engine light goes back on. i just want to see whats everyones thoughts on possibilities of what it could be.
whoever did the tune should be looking at it and fixing it.
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Old 03-22-2010, 05:14 AM   #8
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depending on the weather is there anyway i can bring it this wed at around 3-330 i gotta work lunch. how much will i need to bring?
There's no $$ involved to scan it ect. Call me,alot easier.
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Old 03-22-2010, 05:19 AM   #9
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whoever did the tune should be looking at it and fixing it.
Yes he should but the person that tuned it spent alot of time fixing another shops bad install that resulted in 25% more fuel getting dumped into 1/2 the motor for pretty much free.Then still will go over the tune again after all the plugs are changed and the new 02 sensor is in there. -for free.

I'm thinking the tuner is pretty nice.... LOL

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Yes he should but the person that tuned it spent alot of time fixing another shops bad install that resulted in 25% more fuel getting dumped into 1/2 the motor for pretty much free.Then still will go over the tune again after all the plugs are changed and the new 02 sensor is in there. -for free.

I'm thinking the tuner is pretty nice.... LOL

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Agreed...the tuner is pretty nice...

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