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My friend decided to clean the air / throttle intake of her Tiida hatchback with air intake cleaner. operation went smooth enough, car restarted easily enough however the check engine light goes of upon ignition but comes back on 2 seconds after. what could be the issue here?

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  • supa_nigga56 May 19, 2011

    i did that,all appears to be in. still same problem

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Check that all sensors around throttle are connected.

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  • Alex May 19, 2011

    Then try to remove ground wire of battery for 10+ minutes and then reconnect.
    If this will not help - try to find someone with ECU scanner/tester to determine
    what the problem is or to clear ECU errors.

  • supa_nigga56 May 19, 2011

    sound good. thanks much

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