I cannot get rid of my CEL with TXS turboback. I took out the MIL and reinstalled it this weekend. Still have the CEL. Now what?
Um, yeah. How about keeping her in the shower. That's a scosh racy. Put the full size one in the g/f thread in OT!!!!Flyboy said:Ashley Judd, she's my girlfriend when I'm in the shower.
Well, hopefully it's something as simple as the connections. If not, I'll bet it has something to do with the O2 sensor not being mounted.
I hate to break it to you, Flyboy, but MIL eliminator are for HIGH FLOW CATS. Nothing short of a unichip will solve your problem. Check out a resistor setup on, oh sh_t, i-club. There I said it.Flyboy said:No cats..........
I don't know who told you that information because I just copied this from Pony Express' website.PlatinumWRX said:
I hate to break it to you, Flyboy, but MIL eliminator are for HIGH FLOW CATS. Nothing short of a unichip will solve your problem.
That's all well and good, but I know guys with straight pipes and No CEL and guys with cats and MIL and CELs. Guys with unichips and no CEL running no cats, etc. etc. etc.Flyboy said:Here's a couple more snip-its from their website.............
"PEP™ MIL Eliminators or Malfunction Indicator Light Eliminators, are electronic modules that prevent the "Check Engine" or "Service Engine Soon" light from coming on when an offroad exhaust pipe is installed on a late-model vehicle with OBD-II emissions systems. If an Offroad non-catted pipe is installed on the vehicle without MIL Eliminators, the "Check Engine" or Service Engine Soon" will always be on, and the driver won't have the opportunity of being alerted if something more serious is wrong with the vehicle. "
"Works with ALL brands of Offroad non-catted pipes, including vehicles with gutted cats."
I don't think a unichip will eliminate the cel. The turboxs race pipe stealthbacks came with a bung to install the o2 sensor... Then if you get a cel you could have gotten a PE MIL eliminator.cnoff said:I did have the code pulled and it is the O2 sensor. I decided to not have the bung welded because I didn't think I had to. I am going to try the unichip route first to eliminate the CEL. If that doesn't work, I will get the bung welded. Both of those option seem easier than rewiring that damn MIL again.
In the mean time, I get to take my car back to stock setup so I can get that horrible clutch decel noise warrantied.