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DJ_Curtiz
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DJ_Curtiz Nov 26, 7:47pm - #63225 
2001 Liquid Silver Toyota Celica GT
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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after resetting my ECU -

what do I do.. Do I just start the engine and let it idle or do I perform other revving steps? confused becuz after my last reset I revved it a lil just to get some juices flowing and now I think im running very very rich in fuel/air ratio.. too much fuel because I fill up way more often than I used too cry

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CID498 Nov 26, 8:06pm - #63226 

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This is what I was told to do buy my master mechanic friend...

After resetting the ecu either drive it (normal) a couple miles so the ecu can learn or start it up and operate things like turn the wheel lock to lock , hit the brakes etc.

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DJ_Curtiz Nov 29, 2:13am - #63227 
2001 Liquid Silver Toyota Celica GT
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ok thnx... any other ideas you guys or is this it?

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