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Old 09-03-2012, 05:45 PM   #1
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Tune up after mods

I just recently had a catback dual exhaust and cold air intake put on as well as aftermarket wire set. would this cause my car to stall and sputter if not tuned properly for my computer to deal with it ?
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Or if you have any ideas of what else it maybe, feel free to tell me!!!
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You need to check the fit of the CAI and make sure it's fitted correctly and everything is plugged in correctly.
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Old 09-03-2012, 06:36 PM   #3
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Re: Tune up after mods

Just got to my car it start it right up and ran perfect? any ideas
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Sometimes the ECU needs more time to relearn after mods. Some seat time will tell the tale.
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The car did run,after I install wire set and plugs! Does this sound like a coil going bad or a sensor going bad? And it all happened after a full day of my car driving beautifully...I got bored so I decided to go to the gas station and it started sputtering while accelerating to 45-60mph, got to the gas station, turned car off,filled it,turn car back on and this is when it sputtered and stalled real badly, enough to were I parked it and turned it off and turned it back on a few times with no change, then finally it would not turn on at all...So I went back to gas station today where my car was parked it started right up and drove perfect!! any ideas?

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You know that is true, you think it could cause it to sputter and stall that erratic?
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Old 09-03-2012, 11:17 PM   #6
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Re: Tune up after mods

it could be the ignition module...you can always pull yours and have it tested at any auto parts. i say ignition module because when they go bad they're known to have running issues once they get too hot...then once they cool down big time they work just fine. wouldn't hurt to check
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Old 09-04-2012, 12:54 AM   #7
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some one else told me that as well im gonna check into a coil and a modular!!!
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