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I had a check engine light come on after my battery went dead.
I went about 10 miles or so (actually on my way to the e-check) and my light came on sucked!! so back home I went.
My code was catalytic converter operating below threshold.
I don't have cats.
If I put Sims in will this problem go away.
I live in Ohio and they just plug in the OBDII so if this keeps my light from coming on will this allow me to pass the test?
The pcm I have is "stock" just somethings changed inside.
Any help would be great.
Will the Sims cause me any problems with other things anyone may know of?
Thank you
Mike
 

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Thanks I hope they help and I know they get rid of the light but do they fool the echeck tester?
I hope so I lready bought them.
I was told to leave my rears in and just disconnect them so if anyone looked it would appear they are still hooked up.
Good or bad Idea?
just a note the car went 9.68 on slicks at 151 and some change.
Street is new to the car but with all the help I now know is here it will be soon!!
Thank you
 
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