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Old 03-06-2012, 06:07 PM   #476
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So after reading and searching, reading and searching, reading and....

I am still a bit confused on what to do what this P1410 error code. This is the only code that is popping up and says that it is stuck open.

Most likely it is not the easier valve on the driver side and is the one under the manifold, so should I buy new valves and replace both? or buy the blocking plates now and just delete it all together. I have an 06 WRX with 82,000 and stage 2 via cobb ap. I am going to pro-tune the car maybe in the summer.

My buddy is a Highway mechanic and very good with scooby's so the labor is no issue, but what is the best route I should persue?

If I buy the valves, where should I get them from? (not the dealer, thx)
I know where to buy the plates if need be

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Old 03-06-2012, 06:22 PM   #477
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Just delete the whole system and be done with it. No use in doing all the work to have the valves fail again down the road.
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Old 03-06-2012, 08:56 PM   #478
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The last two times I checked the code on my 07 WRX, it was P02443 - Bank 2 Stuck closed. So tonight, I pulled the 10A and 60A fuses (on for air cut and air pump) under the hood and then deleted the below codes with a modified AP Stage 2 tune. The car was relatively warm from my drive home, so I will keep an eye on it tomorrow to see how it runs on a cold start-up. I did go for a quick drive tonight and didn't notice anything, so hopefully this will be an easy fix.

06/07 WRX:

P0410
P0411
P0413
P0414
P0416
P0417
P0418
P2431
P2432
P2433
P2440
P2441
P2442
P2443
P2444
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Old 03-06-2012, 10:49 PM   #479
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Still no problems with my car related to deleting the codes. Still have all the parts in place (except for the 2 fuses.)

Just bumping to paste in the instructions I used. might cut down on some reading/searching. NOTE: the following is for an 06 WRX. Others may vary somewhat.


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I found these directions with my comments added. You'll need a Tactrix cable, a laptop, ECU Flash, and RomRaider.

Plug in the green test connectors under the dash of the car. (search if you don't know where these are)
Plug in the tatrix cable to the OBD2 port.
Open ecu flash, and hit read from ecu button.
Pick your model.
It will ask you to turn on the ingition, and hit ok. Wait untill the radiator fan to fully ramp up then press ok, if you do it to soon it will have a connection error. This takes a few minutes to download the hex.
Once downloaded, save the file, dont forget to put .hex at the end of the filename. (I just put this on the desktop)
Make extra copy of file and PUT IN SAFE PLACE. (made a copy and put it on the desktop)
Now open file with romraider, and scroll down to trouble codes.
Open trouble codes and scroll down to the ones you want to disable. (I just disabled the two)
It will open a dialog box, deselect enable for every code you want to disable.
Save file. (I saved over the original one I saved off, left the copy alone)
Now open ecu flash and open the new hex file.
Test flash first, if that is sucessful, flash it!! (very important!)
A few minutes later it will ask you to turn off the ignition.
Disconnect the green test connectors.
Reset the ecu.
Go have fun with no cel.


I had no troubles at all, very straight forward. If you have problems, I doubt I can answer them



these are the codes for the related models;

If at all possible, can we start a list on all the codes that need deleting?
06/07 WRX:

P0410
P0411
P0413
P0414
P0416
P0417
P0418
P2431
P2432
P2433
P2440
P2441
P2442
P2443
P2444


07 STI

P0410
P0411
P0413
P0414
P0418
P2431
P2432
P2433
P2441
P2444

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Old 03-19-2012, 10:00 PM   #480
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Had the heads off for another project, so decided to make some block-off plates for this.

But when I looked at the ports closer, there is just a 7mm hole - drilled it and tapped and put a bolt in each hole.

I used a 8.5mm drill and a 10x1.5 metric tap for the threads.

Easy and peasy, no need for screws, gaskets or plates.
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Old 03-20-2012, 11:55 PM   #481
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someone cliff note this thread....
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Old 03-21-2012, 09:02 AM   #482
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someone cliff note this thread....
If you have an 06 WRX take out the system and install some block off plates and find a way to turn off all the check engine lights

If you have newer than an 06 then you need to retain the sensor, and then everything else is the same
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Old 03-21-2012, 10:10 AM   #483
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Is there any program that is mac compatible that can be used to remove cel codes?
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Old 03-21-2012, 03:13 PM   #484
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If you have an 06 WRX take out the system and install some block off plates and find a way to turn off all the check engine lights

If you have newer than an 06 then you need to retain the sensor, and then everything else is the same
thank you sir! Beer on my behalf!
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Old 03-21-2012, 03:42 PM   #485
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thank you sir! Beer on my behalf!

SOLD...

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Old 03-26-2012, 02:51 PM   #486
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It says you are in CT, if you want, I have an extra set of block off plates if you wanted to do it.
Ill be doing this on the weekend i believe... you should let me know where I can get a set for cleap or measure yours, or let me buy yours. lol
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Old 03-26-2012, 09:04 PM   #487
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The last two times I checked the code on my 07 WRX, it was P02443 - Bank 2 Stuck closed. So tonight, I pulled the 10A and 60A fuses (on for air cut and air pump) under the hood and then deleted the below codes with a modified AP Stage 2 tune. The car was relatively warm from my drive home, so I will keep an eye on it tomorrow to see how it runs on a cold start-up. I did go for a quick drive tonight and didn't notice anything, so hopefully this will be an easy fix.

06/07 WRX:

P0410
P0411
P0413
P0414
P0416
P0417
P0418
P2431
P2432
P2433
P2440
P2441
P2442
P2443
P2444
After a few weeks of no problems, I am now getting the code saying a valve is stuck open so it looks like I'll be going the block-off plate route to fix the problem once and for all.

If anyone has an extra set, send me a PM and I'll Paypal you some cash.
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Old 03-27-2012, 01:04 AM   #488
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It says you are in CT, if you want, I have an extra set of block off plates if you wanted to do it.
Thanks but I crawled under my car yesterday and there is no way in hell I will be able to get access to the passenger side head to block it off.
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Old 03-27-2012, 01:20 AM   #489
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Yes you can remove the air system and install block off plates while its all in the car. I did mine.
Also 2006 car do have the sensors in the air pumps. You will need to get the baro sensor out, your ecu needs it.
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:28 AM   #490
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^its actually only the 07 wrx/sti drivers side valve that you have to remove the atmospheric pressure sensor from. The 06 you can just remove the whole system no problems.

The passenger side is definitely a pain but it is accessible with out removing the up pipe. Beer and friends are a necessity when dealing with that side.
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Old 03-27-2012, 09:32 AM   #491
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Yes you can remove the air system and install block off plates while its all in the car. I did mine.
Also 2006 car do have the sensors in the air pumps. You will need to get the baro sensor out, your ecu needs it.
on the 06 you can take out the whole system!!
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Old 03-27-2012, 10:30 AM   #492
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My car must have been a odd one. I bought it in Oct of. 05. As a 2006 model. It had the sensor in the pump. I know I removed the whole system myself and the tuner showed me shat I did. So i went baccalaureate and fixed it.
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Old 03-27-2012, 10:32 AM   #493
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The Wrx had it in 2006. The STi started with it in 2007.
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Old 03-27-2012, 12:50 PM   #494
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well you and evileyez88 can duke it out
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Old 03-27-2012, 01:55 PM   #495
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The 06 WRX system did not have a pressure sensor in one of the sensors. The 07 WRX does
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Old 03-31-2012, 06:17 PM   #496
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not a lot of info in this thread for the 2007 sti owners....

____________________________________

So just to clarify once and for all...

The 07 STi has the air pump, and only one block off plate is needed. It only has 1 pressure sensor on the drivers side underneath the tmic.

The pressure sensor must be removed from the top of the solenoid and remain clipped in to avoid having the incorrect atmospheric pressure data and to read boost correctly.

Am I correct in this?
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Old 03-31-2012, 06:23 PM   #497
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You are partly correct. There are 2 valves located on either side of the motor, both require block off plates.

The drivers side valve has the pressure sensor you need to cut off and re-clip.

Pm me if you have any other questions

~Evil
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Old 03-31-2012, 07:19 PM   #498
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got it... Thanks evil!
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Old 04-04-2012, 04:15 PM   #499
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looks like no one has balls to do it, so i did it.



After i open it up i realize it was not necessary to cut anything, you can do it from top with sharp knife just cut and you set! Make sure you heat up the top of it for easy cutting!
Thank you so much sir. I just saw-zaw'ed mine out. Easiest way once I f'ed with it for a while I realized if you disassemble everything, put the sawzaw blade right under the sensor on the backside of the plug and zip it right across. It takes like 3 minutes to get it outta there once I tried that way.

I'm pumped (no pun intended).. I just removed all this stupid crap outta my car a few weeks ago but haven't had time to get the sensor out. Gonna plug it back in, check my atmos reading and clear the codes now.

Thanks again!!! I didn't wanna do the resistor hack.

PS: Installing block off plates with a Tomei up-pipe w/ a 38mm EWG was not an easy task. And I'm leaving the long metal pipe in danging around that runs under the turbo, until I need to remove the turbo for some reason or the intake mani.
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PS: Installing block off plates with a Tomei up-pipe w/ a 38mm EWG was not an easy task. And I'm leaving the long metal pipe in danging around that runs under the turbo, until I need to remove the turbo for some reason or the intake mani.
At least on the 06, if you disconnect the inlet pipe from the turbo, you should be able to lift the line straight up and out. Then just slip the coupler back on tighten and all set.
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