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This is a discussion on CEL burnout within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have had a cel for about 1k miles on and off but i would clear it after a while. ...

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    CEL burnout

    I have had a cel for about 1k miles on and off but i would clear it after a while. But recently i kept the cel on for 1.5k and didn't clear it. It just turned off one day and I pulled the code and it was still there. Did my light burn out or is it suppose to do that? BTW it is the code for cat efficiency below normal.
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    The light is an LED, so I doubt it burned out. When you pulled the code, was it a "Pending" code, or the real deal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DjChopstix
    Did my light burn out or is it suppose to do that? BTW it is the code for cat efficiency below normal.
    Every time you turn the key to "ON" the dash lights will all do a self-check so you will easily be able to tell if it's your light that has failed. Does the light still come on then?

    What modification and/or problem caused the light to come on to begin with?
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