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      09-19-2009, 12:41 PM   #1
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O2 sims?

I am just finsihing up my catless dp install and was wondering if the car would go into any kind of limp mode w/o the 02 sims or if it will just throw the code and light. I have the o2 sims on there way but they wont be here till next week. Please only people that know and have already expierence it, no guesses.

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      09-19-2009, 12:43 PM   #2
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SES light will be on the dash, even after you install the 02 sim you need to clear the codes I believe.
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wait even with the sims you will still have the ses light on the dashbourd?
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you will throw both SES and CEL with out the O2 Sim..I installed catted DPs and still threw both so unless you have a BT Tool then that will be the only way of clearing them..Car will perform just fine with those codes, thrust me, i drove 1k on them..but installing the O2 Sim is another obstacle..let me know if you need help
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you will throw both SES and CEL with out the O2 Sim..I installed catted DPs and still threw both so unless you have a BT Tool then that will be the only way of clearing them..Car will perform just fine with those codes, thrust me, i drove 1k on them..but installing the O2 Sim is another obstacle..let me know if you need help
Ok man thanks this was what I was exactly looking for.
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one more question did the half engine light pop on for you guys to.
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      09-19-2009, 05:09 PM   #7
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You will only get a SES soon light, no limp.
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wait even with the sims you will still have the ses light on the dashbourd?
What I meant is that if you install the downpipes first and THEN the 02 sims, you will still have an SES light on your dash. You need either a BT cable or an OBDII scanner to clear the codes.
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