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Old 08-03-2012, 10:13 PM   #1
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Default Access port On 04 STI Need Help

I have 04 STI with Cobb Access port V1

I had stage 1 map on it for last 4 years...with cobb Down pipe and exhaust and SPT intake.

I took it All OFF (put it back to stock) and followed directions to put it back to stock map on Cobb AP. BUT once i did that....After driving the car for first time in 2 miles my airbag check engine light started to come on radio stoped working and then the battery went DEAD!!!!

What can I do here to fix this? It all happened after unmarring Cobb AP.

Thank You for Your Time.
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Old 08-03-2012, 11:02 PM   #2
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Old 08-04-2012, 08:53 AM   #3
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I have 04 STI with Cobb Access port V1

I had stage 1 map on it for last 4 years...with cobb Down pipe and exhaust and SPT intake.

I took it All OFF (put it back to stock) and followed directions to put it back to stock map on Cobb AP. BUT once i did that....After driving the car for first time in 2 miles my airbag check engine light started to come on radio stoped working and then the battery went DEAD!!!!

What can I do here to fix this? It all happened after unmarring Cobb AP.

Thank You for Your Time.
The AccessPORT only reflashes the engine control unit (ECU). A failed uninstall, say if the process was interrupted during the unmarrying process, would, at worst, cause the ECU to become unresponsive, which would mean the car would not start at any time. None of what you describe is controlled by the ECU (airbag functionality or radio) and a failed flash on an ECU cannot cause the battery to go dead while driving. It sounds like you have other electrical issues, possibly as a result of the uninstall of the hard parts. I would first go through and check all your fuses. If you messed with any grounds during the uninstall of the hard parts, I would start there.

Bill
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Old 08-04-2012, 09:37 AM   #4
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The AccessPORT only reflashes the engine control unit (ECU). A failed uninstall, say if the process was interrupted during the unmarrying process, would, at worst, cause the ECU to become unresponsive, which would mean the car would not start at any time. None of what you describe is controlled by the ECU (airbag functionality or radio) and a failed flash on an ECU cannot cause the battery to go dead while driving. It sounds like you have other electrical issues, possibly as a result of the uninstall of the hard parts. I would first go through and check all your fuses. If you messed with any grounds during the uninstall of the hard parts, I would start there.

Bill
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