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SES cod PO410 after long tube install

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    SES cod PO410 after long tube install

    Have a 2002 SS. Put on Jet Hot LT's with Y pipe and cats. SES lite is on and code reads PO410. 2 shops say no problem but I want to get rid of the light.

    Suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raidgenz
    Put on Jet Hot LT's with Y pipe and cats. SES lite is on and code reads PO410. 2 shops say no problem but I want to get rid of the light.
    Did one of these shops do the install, or did you? PO410 is the secondary AIR system. If you did the work yourself, go back and double check you're work (check for bad or loose hoses)... then reset you're PCM.

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    I had a "Custom shop" install them. I do notice a rather 'airy' sound directly under the floorboard where they clamps the Y pipe as if air is escaping. Maybe that needs to be part of the checkout you mentioned? I will hoist it up first at home before I take it back in to see if it is an obvious bad clamp job etc.

    Hey thanks for the feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raidgenz
    I do notice a rather 'airy' sound directly under the floorboard where they clamps the Y pipe as if air is escaping. Maybe that needs to be part of the checkout you mentioned?
    Even the most custom of shops can be prone to "rushing" the job. On principle alone, I would definitely consider bringing it back to the shop to have them correct the error. But if you have a hoist, go for it, it's an easy fix.

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