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Old 09-09-2009, 06:17 PM
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engine light on when chips on full ?

well i just traded my freind a set of my old tires for a brand new edge easy.... seams to work good but i only have it on the medium setting because when its on hight the check engine light comes on. does anyone know what might make it do this ?
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Need more details it could be anything. is it under load, WOT..... etc.
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My buddy had the same thing I think its normal but when its on full I think it throws a code that says something on injection pressure High/Low but not sure. I wouldn't be to worried about it
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when im just around town it dosent come on but when im hualing on the highway building some boost it comes on right way then u take it off high and the light goes off .the truck is just stock with a napa air filter and a 4 inch stright pipe the guy befor me said it has some sorta chip in the computer but i dont know about that for sure but it did do pretty good when i got it but i dono much about that . the trucks a 96 5 speed
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Old 09-10-2009, 10:14 AM
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Souns like your HPOP is goin out and cant keep up with the demand in oil to run the injectors properly on the high setting.
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Souns like your HPOP is goin out and cant keep up with the demand in oil to run the injectors properly on the high setting.
Mark
That is what I was thinking, but to be more certain on that diagnosis we need to know what code is getting set, not merely that the check engine light comes on.
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yeah i dont have a code reader il have to take it in and get it read i guess lol it sucks being 1300 kms from home hahaha donk know anywere to get stuff like that done for free lol .
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Old 09-10-2009, 09:28 PM
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1300 km from home? where are you then, somewhere in Alberta?
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here in the states almost all of the parts stores will pull codes for free, dunno about up there in the land of the great frozen white.
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nope vancouver i live in terrace and im in vancouver for my first year plumbing. i hate the city lol
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