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Old 06-12-2010, 08:05 AM   #1
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Hey Im going to be getting an aftermarket exhaust and downpipe, my question is, is that Im going to end up tripping the check engine light, and I wanted to know what is the best way to get around this, please let me know what works best. I have a 1994 supra tt, 6speed with around 107,000 miles
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Hey Im going to be getting an aftermarket exhaust and downpipe, my question is, is that Im going to end up tripping the check engine light, and I wanted to know what is the best way to get around this, please let me know what works best. I have a 1994 supra tt, 6speed with around 107,000 miles
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If I recall correctly, I believe that you won't trip the check engine light by installing a downpipe in an OBDI Mkiv TT. I may be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that only happens in a '96+ OBDII.

What is your main concern about a check engine light for this problem? Passing emissions?
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No, I just dont want the check engine light to come on, and be on all the time.
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