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#9: 02-13-2013, 06:23 AM
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Originally Posted by cryo View Post
+1 on a learning view and avoid driving too much till you get it figured out. If you did generate a leak it will take the ecu time to relearn to compensate as well although with a large leak it normally happens pretty quick.

I wish I could avoid driving it It's my only car and I have to drive frequently with it for work related things... I'll get a LV tonight if possible. The CEL didn't come back yet but it is slowly driving worse and worse again.