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Old 11-13-2012, 09:28 AM   #11
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After you put your new parts on did you disconnect your negative side battery cable to reset your ECU?

If you haven't , you could try that . Leave the cable disconnected for around 10 minutes, then put the cable back on and start the car as normal and let it warm up as usual until you see the rpm drop to normal operating temps . Then take it out for about a 20 minute drive so the ecu can relearn the new parameters with the new parts .
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