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Old 08-02-2004, 09:34 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by marksssei
I also just recently installed an INTENSE pcm should I plug in the old eeprom also? Will it effect any of the programming that INTENSE did to the pcm?
Thanks for a quick reply because I have to send back my old pcm for the core charge.
You should take the Knock Sensor Module from your old PCM and instal it in your Intense PCM. Send the KS Module that came with your Intense PCM back in your old PCM as a core return.

We should split this off this thread because this subject has nothing to do with the DTC P0441 code that the original post was about;


INTENSE has also updated the wording on their site, see the text at the bottom of the page in the link below. The INTENSE instructions are not quite as clear as the instructions posted in the link above.


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I just wanna add that you CAN keep the Intense knock module, but you will need a CASE LEARN.
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