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This is a discussion on Check Engine light within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by mdwstinnovation I'll try autozone tomorrow and see if they can get the code from history. Where do ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdwstinnovation View Post
    I'll try autozone tomorrow and see if they can get the code from history. Where do u get the ECUExplorer?

    So basicly check the hoses and see how they are holding up? Maybe someone forgot to fully tighten one down?
    I can send you ECUExplorer but it would require the tactrix cable or a CobbAP cable in order to read the codes.

    Yup, check all the intake/inlet hoses for being loose/not on good or tears.
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    Maybe also take a look at the link in my signature called "how to diagnose misfires/hesitation". Might give you somewhere to start...

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