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Resetting after mods

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by RugbyTaco, Dec 9, 2010.

  1. RugbyTaco

    RugbyTaco [OP] Rhum.

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    Recently i added a Wicked Flow 13" exhaust and an AFE pro dry. Would it be wise to reset the computer at this point or should i leave it alone? Ive seen a few people recommend resetting after a CAI install. Oh and is there a thread on how to rest the computer? Thanx guys
     
  2. RugbyTaco

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    Also I have not thown any codes. Im just curious to know what people recommend or have experienced.
     
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    Not a bad idea just to let the fuel trims reset based on the new combination.

    Best way to do it without resetting the clock and radio, etc...is to remove the ECU fuse under the hood for 10 minutes, come back plug it in, and the truck may run like crap for a bit and in some cases even stall after the first starting after reset, but it will clear up..
     
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    Is there a diagram somewhere that shows which fuse is which? Is this the best way to do this? Resetting the clock/radio isn't hard
     
  5. Speed Freek

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    Its the one under the hood in the engine compartment, the relay/fuse box has the locations for the fuses, or you can remove the negative cable from you battery if you would rather..
     
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