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Old October 13th, 2010, 02:23 PM
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Well, went for annual state inspection and emissions this morning, passed inspection, but my buddy told me I have a failing axle seal which needs to be replaced and I do need rear brakes.

FAILED emissions. Here in PA, they hook you up to an OBDII reader and it reads for codes. Apparently I had a P1000 code, which is an OBDII readiness code stuck in there. I had an issue a few nights ago, never thought to check it out and clear if need be. Now I wasted a morning, gotta drive around 40-60 miles tonight and waste more gas and time. Hopefully it will clear out by tomorrow morning.

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Well if you have a stored code in there, just have it wiped out, that's ONLY if nothing is actually wrong. Most scanners can do that and if your buddy is a mechanic, he should be able to do that as well. My personal scanner can wipe codes in a few simple steps. As far as the intake... take it out, clean it up, take some pics and post it in the FTC Classifieds. I am sure that will sell in two seconds.




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Unfortunately a P1000 wont clear with a scanning tool, or even my edge. It's a comm error. Only way to clear it is to drive. That's what he said and what I've been reading.

I had low fuel the other day, and mashed the throttle, truck bogged, and I know I had to have tripped something. He said I have to fill the tank 3/4 with gas, get on 95 and drive at 55mph, for at least 40-60 miles. The PCM has a specific order of sensors it needs to read to clear it.

I got this error before with my old Hypertech, and again, it wouldn't clear with that. After driving for a few days, it went away.

Funny thing is, I took my S&B off about a month ago and went back to stock. For some unknown reason I put it back on on Monday, and I got a code. I don't want the thing on there anymore. I don't even think I want the Edge either.






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And people say im crazy for going back to a carb'd motor. Computers SUCK


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With a little more investigating, I found out it wasn't my low fuel bog that caused it. It was returning the truck to stock and disconnecting it. I read that I could have left it on lvl 2 and just disconnected it for access to the OBDII port, no reflashing was required.

Oh well, hopefully a night of driving will clear it.






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Nope, always loved the carb., at my age is what we grew up with, those I can fix, simple and basic...can you say 4 barrel?





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Fixed the P1000 code by reflashing the pcm back to the lvl 2 I was running. Then, later on while driving, I got a Lean Bank 1 & 2 code. Drove 100 miles, never came back. Hope it stays away for the retest tomorrow.






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I dont think its the CAI or the EDGE


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