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I was installing a edge comp today and according to the edge website you must disconnect the neg batteries.. I forgot that part so it tripes a few codes no big deal.. But did it do anything else that i need to fix.. I cleared the codes and the code number was p 0743, p 1765, and p 1693.. Would it of caused any harm to the chip? or the truck? Thanks

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Thats funny.. I wasnt driving no where.. Was just sitting in the drive. Truck started to spudder and spit then the rpms started going up all of a sudden.. As soon as i unpluged the chip truck went back to normal.

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