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emissions module??

I have my passenger seat out to fix the floor so I have all the crap under the seat unhooked...amp, display module, and emissions module? (I'm guessing on the names, but if you can answer this, you know what I'm talking about anyway)

My question is- What do these do and can I leave them unhooked? This rover has always seemed to be slow starter and the check engine light is on. With this stuff unhooked, the light is off and it started up faster (didn't turn over as long). I haven't driven it like this but since MI doesn't have any certifications, can I leave those unhooked or will cause other issues?

Sorry if that doesn't make sense. I just got in from the garage and I think I'm high from too many paint/resin fumes.

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The amp is for the stereo, you will have no sound.
The OBDI box is what shows/clears the trouble codes.
As for the other, I have no idea what it is or what it does, that one I'd have no problem leaving unplugged.

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