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So what is the correct procedure to reset ECU to my driving habits? Pull some fuse...........
 

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disconnect the battery and let it stay disconnected for like 10 minutes... then start the car and let it warm up completely before giving it any gas, if its already warmed up then let it idle for 10 minutes or so
 

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well

I had 97 VTEC before and it drove like crazy(stock) and now I got same with same miles 97 VTEC, and it is not as fast, well maybee after driving 2001 Grand AM V6 I'm not used to low torque, but I know all engines are diffirent.
So I wanna do a tune up and fix all small thing to cure the curve.
Thank you all for input.
 

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you can aslo do the following

which I think is better because you dont have to re program your clock or you stereo.


disconect ECU fuse(engine bay passenger side) for 5min, reconect, start car for another five min without touching the throttle, turn car off, turn on again and your done.
 

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JDM_SOL???

So after after resetting, race it for a while or something?
Does ECU learn anyway with out resetting?
Anyone has any Idea on how ECU basically learns and how it refreshes it self or what is the learning cycle?
 

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Densol said:
So after after resetting, race it for a while or something?
Does ECU learn anyway with out resetting?
Anyone has any Idea on how ECU basically learns and how it refreshes it self or what is the learning cycle?
use your car like you normally do after reset...every time you add a mod like I/H/E you should reset.

It will reset automatically after about 100 starts or something like that
 

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JDM_SOL said:


use your car like you normally do after reset...every time you add a mod like I/H/E you should reset.

It will reset automatically after about 100 starts or something like that

JDM_SOL:

What do u mean about 100 starts? 100 time you start the car?
 

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you dont have to reprogram your alarm. Alarms come programmed to do what they were bought to do, and theres no programming needed. Disconnecting your battery wont hurt anything. But be sure to have the remote ready when you reconnect the battery, its gonna go off on ya!
 
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