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chimchongdlight
04-30-2008, 04:06 PM
ok so couple question, i finished the install, looks great behind the s4 bumper, ne ways

questions:
1. i used the stock hose from the turbo and the manifold right, now u know the hose on the passenger side that u take off, do i have to cover that with something? or do i just leave it like that? same thing on the driver side, when i go and pull off the hose from the stock intercooler, one of the hoses i used for the FMIC, but the bottom hose is the problem, what do i do with that open hole?

2. i get a CEL, is that normal? i get two codes actually one code is p0303 and the other is p0303pd. i know it what the p0303 is, its mis fire on number three correct? well i fixed that recently, and the CEL disapeared, and now that i have installed the FMIC its back, and it says that the second code p0303pd, why is it pending, what does this mean?

20vpower
04-30-2008, 04:31 PM
1- if your talking about the "pipe" that was used for the stock smic that the snub mount bolts to then, yes you just keep it open
2- cel is not normal, just clear it and see if it coms back

and gj on installing it yourself and saving money [up]

EDIT- btw what fmic did you get

chimchongdlight
04-30-2008, 04:35 PM
what do u mean its not normal, how do i clear the CEL? i know how to read them but dont know how to clear them

mike-2ptzero
04-30-2008, 04:46 PM
what do u mean its not normal, how do i clear the CEL? i know how to read them but dont know how to clear them

Hit the clear button on the same page that you are looking at the codes with if your using a VAGcom.

chimchongdlight
04-30-2008, 04:53 PM
nah wasn't using a vagcom, just using an obdII reader

what do u guys think is wrong? why do u think i have a CEL? and why is it pending?

savetheclutch
04-30-2008, 05:34 PM
could be a leak, I did not bolt one of my hoses right and it was throwing a cel.

slopoke
04-30-2008, 05:47 PM
pics?

chimchongdlight
04-30-2008, 05:59 PM
pics will be up soon, a leak hu, i tightened everything up with a drill and 8mm socket, so i dont think theres a leak, i was just driving around and i didnt have ne problems with it at all

99blueb5
04-30-2008, 06:01 PM
you should be able to clear codes with your obd11 reader, maybe unplug your battery for 10min will clear it(works with obd1 cars)

audipotential
04-30-2008, 06:40 PM
Check for spark plug issues

chimchongdlight
05-01-2008, 12:04 AM
ok so let me update, i drove it a little tonight, even with the CEL, figured nothing is wrong, through out the day its still on, then it turned off on its own, i think its ok, the car isn't feeling like its dying or nething like that, it feels great, i think i even feel a difference., pics will be up soon, its nothing to really look at, the car is a work in progress