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Help!!!!

Ok so I just installed a 3bar fpr, #55 injectors, LR 60-1, and max chips dme and klr. After the install the car wouldnt start. So I installed my old autothority chips back in and the car started. So then I changed out the dme autothority to the new 951max and left the autothority in the klr and the car runs fine. My first question is why doesnt the car run with both(dme and klr) 951 max chip. I talk to Russell when I ordered the chips and he said the klr chip doesnt matter. Is that true? Should I leave it as is?

Also I changed out the rod bearings bearing and etc. Now the car has a constant oil light. What is that from? I hope someone can help Thanks
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The Authothority DME chip is bad, it happens. They either sent you a bad chip, got the program wrong or something along those lines. you could have zapped the chip to with static discharge during install if you did not properly ground yourself before touching the components.

The low oil pressure could be nothing more than a broken or loose wire on the oil pressure sender to excessive rod bearing clearance. I would start with the wires first.

Oh and wrong forum for this question....
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