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 Post subject: Flat battery reset your Auto ?
Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 1:09 pm 
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Hi Guy
Awhile ago I was reading that when you have a flat battery you have to reset or train your Auto again. Kinda like when you have to put in the code for the radio could someone point me to the thread or some info on how to do this please. I noticed that the auto was not changing properly when I took it to get some work done..It a EF 6cy auto
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 Post subject: Re: Flat battery reset your Auto ?
Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 2:24 pm 
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just drive it, using full throttle once or twice and after about 50-100km it will go back to normal...

there is a process of calibrating the auto to the tps, its something along the lines of, re connecting the battery, turn ignition to red hold foot full throttle for 5 seconds and closed throttle for 5 seconds.. then start the car and drive it
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Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 2:26 pm 
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TROYMAN wrote:
just drive it, using full throttle once or twice and after about 50-100km it will go back to normal...

there is a process of calibrating the auto to the tps, its something along the lines of, re connecting the battery, turn ignition to red hold foot full throttle for 5 seconds and closed throttle for 5 seconds.. then start the car and drive it


:D cool thanks for that mate
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