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Old 04-26-2006, 08:34 PM
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SES Reset?

Hey guys, for some reason my SES light popped on tonight. It happened when I was at WOT from about 55 to 85 MPH. I have the dual relief valve installed and the wastegate disconnected. I don't think boost went above about 20 PSI or so. I am not even sure thats what the SES is all about, I'm just giessing from conditions just before the light came on.
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do u have access to a code scanner man....if not you can clear the code by disconnecting battery cables.....but if i was you i would want to check and see what was there first......Marc
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I wish I did. I think I will run it buy the local AutoZone they have a code scanner and will do it for me. I hope it's nothing serious.
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Ok it was error code P1249 "wastegate......blah blah" something. Over boost would be my assumption. I have the waste gate disconnected and a dual relief valve installed. Any suggestions? Another thing, my boost gauge is hooked via a AIH and with the wastegate connected, does not go over 15-16 PSI, without it connected, it will go to maybe 20-21 PSI. Is this normal?

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Old 04-28-2006, 03:37 PM
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everything sounds about right....i would expect 15-19 pounds of boost out of your turbo stock under heavy load....and the code sounds like your relief valve may have had a little glitch causing the code...sounds like all is well with your rig .....Marc
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Old 04-28-2006, 04:48 PM
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Yeah Marc, I think all is well. I have stomped the crap out of it trying to get the code again, but no luck.

I was a bit concerned that it may be something else, which would have sucked.
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hope I don't offend gcop. Nice picture on avatar!!!!!!!
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Old 04-28-2006, 09:53 PM
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nah not at all, good to see someone else enjoying it.


Hey back to my original post, the SES light tripped once again today, just when I thought all was well, same error. It would appear that my dual relief valve is not doing the job. I'm open to suggestions.
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is it gcops or gcups? Just kidding
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Old 04-29-2006, 01:21 AM
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now THATS funny......
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