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Pulled the tranny to do some clutch work. Now the check engine light is on.

Anyone know how to clear this?
 

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I think the only way to clear that is with a hand held tuner.
 

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Have you tried disconnecting the battery for around 15 minutes? I thought the code would go away after awhile, it did when I was having gas cap troubles.
 

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I'll give it a shot. The cable was dc'd for about 8 hrs yesterday when I pulled the trany.
 

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Ok, I have to own it.....

I pulled the neg on the bat and was about to replace it and noticed I had not connected a sensor to the exhaust.

Plugged it in and the light went away.

It's amazing what happens when you connect everything, LMAO.

Sorry guys. And thanks for the input.
 

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I'd laught at you, but I've done the same thing. Get yourself an x-cal tuner and you can both pull and clear the codes yourself. Plus you can have more fun with the car!
 

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Trust me, the only thing keeping me from the intake/tune upgrade is good ole cashola!!! It is next on the list, though!
 

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Have you tried disconnecting the battery for around 15 minutes? I thought the code would go away after awhile, it did when I was having gas cap troubles.

After fixing some of my other f-ups, your fix worked perfectly ;)

Thanks for the input
 
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