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Default Stinger 2.0 Check Engine Light + Logs - 09-09-2020, 10:04 AM

So my check engine light turned on last week after I had noticed the car losing power on the low end while accelerating while also going no where in second gear and putting the pedal down to only get to 3-4k rpms which at that point I didnt want to stress it further. Been riding around on Map 0 but had been riding pretty hard over the past couple months with no other drivers. Took it to the dealer and of course nothing on their end and their trying to say I have an after market ECU which of course helps my case with them. I was wondering if you could see anything worrysome with my logs. I noticed my Fuel Pressure after logging that it was 15 so I ran the code reader and it said 0088 which I found was accredited to high fuel pressure or sensor failure. Thanks for the help

Running HKS Plugs, K&N Typhoon and the O2 wire as well with the JB4
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Default 09-11-2020, 09:04 PM

Can anyone offer some oversight its greatly appreciated new into all of this
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Default 09-12-2020, 10:03 AM

It's on older v12 firmware so for starters lets update it to the latest v21 firmware and relog.

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