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Old 06-26-2012, 08:08 AM   #1
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My LC-1 takes about 15-20 minutes to turn on. there aren't any wiring issuse as I've already gone through it. Is my sensor going bad or the module?
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most likely the sensor. innovate stuff has this stupid "warm up" procedure that it does before turning on
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Mine hasn't done anything like that in the 3 years I've had it in the car. Cold starts cranking the engine with no ignition-on wait period haven't affected it. I'd say your sensor is bad.

Edit: although, I shouldn't say that. Something is bad ... is there a diagnostic fault tree in the LC-1 docs anywhere?
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