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    Default FI light on after exhaust swap

    I installed a set of bassani pro streets and now the FI light is on. I have also installed the FI200 Powr Pro but the light remains on.


    Any suggestions please? Thanks in advance.
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    Have you checked the codes? You'll probably need this
    http://www.mym109r.com/howtos/m109-disable_set.pdf


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    The dealer told me that is something to do with the oxygen sensors and a common practise is to null them. Or other words make them non functional

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    Either of those two issues are the most common.

    Then you need to get an O2 eliminater kit. Check eBay as Rainey has them for sale on there. If you can not find them, drop me a PM and I will find it and send you a link.
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    thanks all for the replies. Im going to attempt B's suggestion this weekend.
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    thanks Big-B, worked like a charm
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