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    Default Check engine light

    A few weeks ago at the track I had an incident that caused a nitrous backfire. Didn't hurt anything, car still ran fine. Recently while driving the CEL will randomly come on and off. There's not much left on the motor/wiring harness to even make a cel come on lol. What's the best way to check the ecu to see what's going on?

    Car no longer has the obd1 port, but I assume I can do something with my laptop, or the old turn the screw on the ecu deal.

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    If it matters I have TunerProRT and Calumsult on my laptop.

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    Calumsult checks codes doesn't it? There are a few others for free online if you google, I'm not at home or I would look at what I have. You can check on SE-R.net for the screw turn thing. It flashes like long long long short short is a code 32
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