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Old 06-01-14, 08:29 PM   #1
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Default car fired up with no ecu flash... should I be worried?

I have an 01 theft recovery project im finally getting off the ground. After reading on numerous threads I would need to reflash my ecu after I installed my new ingnition, it was not the case...

I put a header on and ypipe, then an intakex then an ignition set. Out of curiosity I threw gas in and it fired right up. It doesnt even have a b2s2 02 sensor in and the check engine light isnt on either. Everything seems to be working fine but my security lihht is slowly flashing....

Anything seem wrong here?

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