Discussion in '2005 - 2015 Toyota Tacoma' started by 7_PUNSHR, Nov 7, 2018.
Do I need to reset my computer ?
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Full catback exhaust? Did u unplug any oxygen sensors?
Yes. And no
Are you having issues or are you just curious? Should be good to go as long as you didn't cut any wires in the process somehow... 0_o
What would the need to do that be? Thought process? Idea?
Is this ritoricle?
I just want to know if he read something somewhere that said it would help reset the ECU to help in some way.
The ECU will adjust accordingly but really an exhaust isn't going to change anything. Also if it's a catback, you didn't touch any sensors.
I would say run it see how it act's if it ain't broke don't fix it
Words to live by.
I replaced my manifolds for headers, replaced ypipe, threw on a 3" catback, all new 02 sensors, and didn't do a thing to the battery.
No kaboom, no idle issues.
I've also swapped different headers around without touching the battery.... No issues, afr remained at 14.7:1 at idle immediately upon starting the truck.
Maybe you need to reset your computer....
U just want me to be stuck resetting my clock and stereo
I put new lugnuts on recently too... I better recalibrated the speedometer
Absolutely. You may have to put a new modulator valve in the flux capacitor too. The manual recommends changing it every time you recalibrate the speedometer.
It has dual modulator valves, one ngk and one denso. I can't afford this, I just caved into my caffiene needs and bought the apple of coffee makers today. Damnit Amazon.
Priorities man. The modulator valves come first. Good thing Amazon delivers cause your truck is deadlined. Enjoy your coffee while you sit at home. You’ll never pass a California emissions test with plugged up modulator valves.
I feel I'm going faster than everyone else at same speed is that from a bigger tires or do I need to recaliberate?
I think at 60 mph you're going 64 with 285/70-17... that's real close if not right. I've never recalibrated, just kinda keep it in mind.
Use GPS to compare ur speed
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