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I just had an electric exhaust cutout put on last week. Sounds mean as hell! But I must have thrown an o2 code cause my check engine light came on. I thought this was odd because the cutout is after the cats which is where I thought the sensors were. I haven't run a diagnostics yet because i haven't had time. But I was wondering if anyone could tell me why it would throw a code. Thanks
 

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what's the key trick and can I move the sensor before the cutout?
 

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right on I'm gonna go try it right now thanks guys
 

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hmmm.... no luck with the key trick. Maybe I'm doing it wrong? And there doesn't seem to be another sensor past the cutout.?
 

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here's what I got. (P2096 -- Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Low Limit) Details...?
 

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ok thanks for the help anyways. Damn this sucks though I hate that stupid light!!! What does fuel trim have to do with a cutout? somebody help
 

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no i didn't reset the pcm. how do i do that?
 

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Hijack all you want. I'm gonna try to reset my pcm tomorrow. Thanks for all the help!!!
 

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awesome guys. It worked great. Thanks for all the help. I'll have the pics in the library soon.
 

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well i reset the pcm and it worked for about 2 days and now the light is back on. Im not sure what to do now. And if there is a post cat sensor the wire must be ran through the exhaust cause I can't see one. Not to be redundant but im stumped.
 
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