Same procedure for most cars. The ECU in cars will "adjust" to driving habits, but it's not going to make a huge difference. Most people do it to try and clear out codes.Ok, so I was kind of tooling around the VELOSTER.ORG forum (who is responsible for maintaining that forum anyways? It's pretty bad over there) and I found this little gem. Well, if it is legit, then it could very well be a little gem.
Trying to see if there is any validity to this at all. Apparently, run the car up to normal operating temps, turn it off, take the ground cable off the battery, and press the brake pedal for however long it says. This will expel the remaining "juice" from the ECU. Reconnect the battery and drive for about 30 minutes in whatever fashion you wish.
This is supposed to reset the settings and curves and whatnot in the ECU.
I am fairly curious. Anyone know anything about this?
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