She did have her aftermarket dry filter cleaned by a friend. Apparently they rinsed it with water, blew out excess water with a compressor, and let sit for a couple hours to dry. Then it was sitting installed overnight as well before the car was driven. Took about 40 miles apparently and the CEL came on. After 100 miles, the CEL has not came back on after resetting it.
New issue tho. She got her car tires rotated and now there is a sound/feeling coming from what sounds like the front left/drivers side tire. I took some videos of it to so hopefully someone can make out the sound. I am thinking wheel bearing, but I am not to much of a car guy. Car runs fine tho and it was about 10k-15k before she had her tires rotated. They were rotated front to back.
Anyway, hear are the vids. They are dark, but the image doesnt matter.
23sec, 1:04 and 1:23 marks. This video was going 70-75 mph. The rest are around 40mph.
Can hear it from the start. Can here it good at the 1:05 mark. There is a rattle under the dash towards the center as well. The rattle doesnt happen all the time tho.
Can hear it starting around the 30sec mark.
If it was a soft code, it would clear. If it was a hard-code (repeated soft codes) it should stay in the system until a reader is hooked up to it and then you clear it manually or you disconnect the battery.
Get the code and google it or post it here, it could be something as simple as her gas cap not properly tightened.
Must of been a soft code since it was not in the system after she had it read.
Does the car drive any differently? It's easy to check the code, post it here. You might even want to pick up a code reader - they're not all that expensive. Better than having to go to an auto store to borrow one.
No, car drives fine. No stuttering or anything. Accelerates fine. Any idea where I can pickup a card reader or a good brand?