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Got my first oil change at the dealer today at 365 miles. Car is almost a year old and sat all winter so I thought I should get the oil changed. On the way home the check engine light came on.

So now I am bringing it back in at 8AM tommorrow. Anyone want to try and guess what it could be? I dont put it past anyone messing with my car at the dealer to cause it. They had it a long time just to do an oil change. :(

Sorry nothing to give you if your right but bragging rights.
 

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Check the codes here and then let us know what code it is. I would be willing to bet it's nothing major. :yeadog:
 

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gresch said:
maybe the car is just pissed at you for only driving it 365 miles in 1 year ;)
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
I'm sorry, but that is awfully funny after just one drink!!!

Plus, I think he must be right!!!
 

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I would have to agree with on the only 365 miles deal but I purchased it on Dec 31st and its been tucked away ever since, thanks to the lovely winter. She should be happy with me. :D
 

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Damn, you would think its going to blow up with all the codes.
10-CPM
P0171-H
AO-LDCM
B2252H
B2282H
B2286H
B2284H
U1064H
U1096H
A1-RDCM
B2283H
B2287H
B2285H
U1064H
U1096H

Now what do I think. I never had any problems with my battery during the storage. I had it hooked up to a trickle charger and it fired right up.
 

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gresch said:
maybe the car is just pissed at you for only driving it 365 miles in 1 year ;)
..... or maybe changing the oil at only 365 miles (did the oil look like new when changed ?)
 

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skfloydz06 said:
Damn, you would think its going to blow up with all the codes.
10-CPM
P0171-H
AO-LDCM
B2252H
B2282H
B2286H
B2284H
U1064H
U1096H
A1-RDCM
B2283H
B2287H
B2285H
U1064H
U1096H

Now what do I think. I never had any problems with my battery during the storage. I had it hooked up to a trickle charger and it fired right up.
Those are all history codes...I'd keep an eye on the voltage but, I wouldn't take it to the dealer for those. I'd clear them and see if they come back before I took it to the dealer. :thumb:
 

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skfloydz06 said:
Damn, you would think its going to blow up with all the codes.
10-CPM
P0171-H
AO-LDCM
B2252H
B2282H
B2286H
B2284H
U1064H
U1096H
A1-RDCM
B2283H
B2287H
B2285H
U1064H
U1096H

Now what do I think. I never had any problems with my battery during the storage. I had it hooked up to a trickle charger and it fired right up.

I wouldn't worry about the Left Door or Right Door Control Modules. There was a "burp" in the communications to the pcm. It happens once in a while.
The PO171 H is a lean condition. But the H indicates History. If there were a C (Current), it would have been a problem. But the pcm was probably adjusting due to Air Fuel ratio being lean for a couple seconds. Nothing to worry about. Clear 'em and keep on driving!! :thumb:
 

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The dealer blamed it on my After Market Air Filter. Told me it would be 2800 dollars if completely fails out. Cleared the codes and left it on there. Its a Halltech setup that is about two years old so I doubt there is any oil getting on the sensor.
 
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