Ok, just got off the phone with the dealership, it was a broken wire. I couldn't find it, nor could anyone else that had looked at it, so I dunno where it was broken at. But they also said that I had a piston 4 misfire in my code (im pretty sure its from my CAM, especially as bad as my car was running) so they also cleaned my fuel injectors. Expensive fixes for $275 I guess, but saves so much in the headache factor, now to go get it and put my intense pcm back in and see what it can finally do with the new cam
Scratch that. Picked it up and drove it about 6 miles and it started doing the same thing again. Stopped to get some gas and the SES light came back on to. So it'* back at the dealership to see what they can find this time.