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Old 04-06-2023, 06:51 PM
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This happened to me when I plugged in an off-brand OBD code reader. Or rather when I unplugged it. I just rode around with the codes for awhile because I saw the zero point calibration procedure posted here and just noped right out of it. It ended up getting fixed for free after I had my Bilsteins installed. The technician only noticed the codes after the work was done, and thought it was related to the install, so he did the zero point calibration. I can't imagine it would be very expensive to have done.
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