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Car running limp and solid CEL

Old 05-27-2005, 08:52 AM
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Ok so I ordered (2) chips from xenocron, one was stock gsr map, so I could throw that into my chipped ECU until I installed a turbo and then a turbo map. Well I just installed my turbo and threw that turbo basemap chip in and the car is running limp (can only rev to like 3500) and I have solid cel. The solid CEL could be caused by my open DP (o2 is just reading plain air?). Possibly low coolant? Anything else? Not sure what the problem is.

Vehicle: '94 P72 GSR

Thanks in advance HMT
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Old 05-27-2005, 09:25 AM
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---- I was going to telll you that solid cel means that something in the ecu harware is fucked (bad chip, bad ecu, crazy fucked ecu wring) but.... I don't know nothing obd1 and p72s and ----, all I know is that solid cell in obdo0 means its fucked.
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Old 05-27-2005, 10:23 AM
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check ur codes man
i guarantee u one of the codes is the o2 sensor
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