Mines been in my trunk for 3 months. Haven't got around to it. Although its a bummer when it engages it doesn't happen very often. When the light comes on a little more throttle ends the issue:guiness:
02 TR/Mod Red, Ron Fellow's autographed coil pack cover, CAGS defeat hardware, ZO6 exhaust plate, Z06 405 throttle body plate, magnetic plug, shorty antenna, 12 disc CD changer, ECM update to shutoff CAGS and reset fuel cutoff to 255,and steering lockplate removed .
It was the first thing I did. I went to my friends garage but his lift
was occupied with a non running van. So I went home, backed the car up on some 2 x 10's and crawled under. I had printed out the step by step instructions and bought the resistor ($.86 for five at radio shack)so install was a breeze. So far I have given 1 resistor away to a friend of a friend that just bought a used C5.
(I also sent him the instructions)
It is nice to not have to worry about that stupid light, now I just DRIVE!!!!!!
:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
Last edited by mellowyellow; 03-12-2002 at 05:17 PM.
I'm one of those who voted no. Since CAGS is so easy to avoid it really doesn't bother me at all. I had it on my Firebird too (my previous car) so I guess I've learned how to live with it. IMO it's not even worth the few bucks it takes to defeat it.
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