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Old 09-03-2014, 02:43 PM
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Did a VATS bypass last year and it has worked great up to this point. Now it's acting up again. I plan on looking when I get home to make sure the resistor is still connected tight but has anyone else had a problem with it post bypass? Maybe the resistors go out? I'm no electrical genius so its a little out of my realm of expertise. Any advice or guidance would be much appreciated.
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Old 09-03-2014, 06:43 PM
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Your best option is to have it just turned off in the computer.
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Your best option is to have it just turned off in the computer.
That's kind of the solution I'm coming to. Do I just need to order a tune to do that?
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to curew it you have to do the resistor and also turn it off in the pcm or you will get a 1626 i think is the number . Or if you want you can find the starter relay under the dash and cut two wires and put them together and bypass the resistor .
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