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Old 05-08-2012, 02:16 PM   #21
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I was told there is a procedure before cranking over the car after a ULM gasket change. Are you aware of one? Some kind of Learn/Memory thing for the computer? If so what do I do? Thanks
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A CASE, or also known as a crank relearn only needs to be done if you replaced the camshaft sensor, crankshaft sensor, or PCM.

The only thing I recommend is to leave the ICM disconnected before the first start, and turn the key and hold it for about 10-15 seconds, then wait a few seconds and do it again for the same length of time, then connect the ICM and start it up, get it operating temperature, then bleed your coolant system.
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Will do! Thank you William for all you help. I realized tonight after all was back together, that the rear valve cover is leaking...errr! I should have been more thorough and checked while the plenum was off. I did post a thread on what I need to remove. Your advice would be most appreciated!
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