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Old 08-01-2013, 07:35 PM
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At this point the pieces that fell into the engine are long gone. Either blown out the valve or disintegrated. They may have scored up the cylinder a bit but if you don't notice a problem don't worry about it. In the future(hopefully won't ever happen again), blow it out or vacuum it out first.

Probably had a bad connection at the IAT sensor. If the code stays away, don't worry about it.
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