What kind of drugs were you doing when you came up with that idea. The dura-blater valve has one function and that is to send a signal to the CS light as to when it needs to come on.
I am telling you that if you loosen that lugnut and drive backwards for two miles you will overload your temporal capacitor and be teleported back in time where you will have to make certain that your parents meet, fall in love and concieve you.
Me having to use a strap-on should have nothing to do with my abilities to reset the ECU. You can not make the CS light come on without first having a moment of subaru zen. And that can not be reached if someone is pushing your car backwards in 3rd gear!!!!!!!!
well....here's the secret....first you gotta have a good amount of dura-lube ready, if you don't then I guess you could substitute some mobil synthetic, a heavy weight should do, then with your left hand, or your right hand if your left-handed (like all the canadians, but shhhhh!:run: ), you take the strap-on and....oh wait a minute, this is the post on how to reset the ECU....I'm sorry, just take off the exhaust from the catback, go to the mall and set off 10 car alarms while at idle....:drool:
find the canouter valve, its located by the 5th muffler bearing on the right hand side of the car..now turn this back out a 1/4 turn...drive 2 miles forwards, then turn it in 2 full turns and drive back home. Do a little dance around the car, give it a beer in the gass tank, and your ECU is reset.
The correct method for resetting the ECU has been covered in excruciating detail under the Muffler Bearing Thread. Please refer any questions concerning said problem to said thread. Thank you for your time, and have a nice freakin' day.
Where is the muffler bearing located? I think mine may have went bad in the previous attempt to reset my ECU, per the uphill in reverse using third gear method.
I don't know what's going on, everytime I try this, the car just seems to lurch forward and stall. Damn those "Powered by ^&*@*%*" stickers I should have know the extra power would short my flux capacitor defibulator module causing the muffler bearing to ream itself.