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Old 09-05-2013, 08:24 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by rmay635703 View Post
If you have a scangage and disconnect the battery you can definitely clear the cel for a while.

Also a grid charge isn't THAT hard to do.
Gen-1 Insight IMA code is even easier to clear ... no scanguage needed ... disconnect the 12V battery for 1 minute ... it forgets it had a IMA code ... it will also forget the IMA SoC ... but if you let it idle for a few minutes it will figure the SoC out again.

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Originally Posted by War_Wagon View Post
Cough cough *pull the bulbs for the CEL and IMA* cough cough
You could probably stop at Autozone and have them kill the code. I removed my instrument cluster once, my speedometer needed lubricating (żĄ!?). Then I had a well-lubricated but disconnected speedometer.

I guess that was less useful.

Pulling the fuse also sounds easy, but I would advocate actually fixing the problem when you can.

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