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hello all, i recently installed a new K&N air filter in my '02 tundra and forgot to re-connect the air flow sensor clip , subsequently the check engine light came on after the first start and will not clear.

i've heard that it may take 40-50 ignition starts to clear this, or i can remove battery cables, wait 30sec, touch + to - for 30sec, reconnect battery terminals (i realize this will clear the computer 'soft' codes and the computer will have to re-learn certain performance traits), or i can take it to the dealer for the 'preferred' method of having them connect it to a computer that will read the code and reset it, whether it is a 'hard' or 'soft' code.

any help or suggestions would be appreciated, thanks in advance

gary
 

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Not sure how to solve your problem:confused:

However, I will suggest you either post this in General Discussion, because this forum is dead, or go to yotatech.com or tundrasolutions.com for answers.

Man, first post and I am already trying to get rid of the guy:hammer: j/k:D
 
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