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Old 11-01-2012, 05:02 PM   #8
rob1n1
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Originally Posted by afohlin View Post
I guess I'm a little confused. What is the difference between using an OBDII scan tool and clearing the code and getting a tune to get rid of the code? With a tune will it never read the code again? And if thats the case can I just get a plug for the o2 bung and not run an o2 sensor at all?
You can use the scan tool to clear it, but that's only until it comes up again.

You don't need a full "tune" per se, but you can go into the ECU and turn that code off. As in, never comes up again, and will never be a problem for you. This is a common thing to do with a stage 2 tune (I know I had to turn mine off) as the high-flow performance cats that all the aftermarket exhausts use will likely throw it one way or another.

I believe you can just go without the O2 bung, but I'm not 100% on that. Hopefully someone else can chime in on that.
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