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Old 06-23-2013, 09:13 PM   #1
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Check engine light came on yesterday, checked the codes with my tuner and this is what I got:

P1000-obd systems readiness test not complete
P0602-power train control module programming error
P0153-o2 (ho2s-21) cut slow response (b2,s1)

Anything that needs dire attention? I can't tell any difference in how it drives. Also I do have an o/r x pipe but I've had it for several months and cleared the code for that and it has stayed off since.
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Check engine light came on yesterday, checked the codes with my tuner and this is what I got:

P1000-obd systems readiness test not complete
P0602-power train control module programming error
P0153-o2 (ho2s-21) cut slow response (b2,s1)

Anything that needs dire attention? I can't tell any difference in how it drives. Also I do have an o/r x pipe but I've had it for several months and cleared the code for that and it has stayed off since.
The p-1000 I get a lot and it means nothing at least it never did anything to me but idle about the other codes. I'd find more out about that p0602
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Here is what the shop manual says about P0153 and P0602.

P0153 is most often a sign of a dying O2 sensor, this will cause slightly increased fuel consumption, it could also be caused by an exhaust leakbefore or near the sensor.

P0602 is sometimes thrown when a custom tune, not based on the stock tune and having a VID (Vehicle ID) block, has been flashed--do you have a custom tune?

P1000 indicates that the I/M (Inspection/Maintenance) monitor routines are not complete, this is mostly likely because of the "off road" pipe. Depending on if and how your state does vehicle inspections this could cause your engine to fail the test. Some states will not even test an engine if it shows P1000.
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Here is what the shop manual says about P0153 and P0602.

P0153 is most often a sign of a dying O2 sensor, this will cause slightly increased fuel consumption, it could also be caused by an exhaust leakbefore or near the sensor.

P0602 is sometimes thrown when a custom tune, not based on the stock tune and having a VID (Vehicle ID) block, has been flashed--do you have a custom tune?

P1000 indicates that the I/M (Inspection/Maintenance) monitor routines are not complete, this is mostly likely because of the "off road" pipe. Depending on if and how your state does vehicle inspections this could cause your engine to fail the test. Some states will not even test an engine if it shows P1000.
I do have a custom tune, and I replaced my o2 sensors a few months ago, so they shouldn't be bad. Doesn't mean they aren't, but they shouldn't be.
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Can you fix the p1000 code with a handheld tuner?
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Can you fix the p1000 code with a handheld tuner?
No, it can only be "fixed" by correcting whatever is preventing the I/M monitors from successfully completing there tests. In fact resetting the MIL indicator will trigger P1000, and it will remain until the tests are complete.
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