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Old 05-15-2014, 05:53 PM   #71
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I have a 2014 3.7 .. I have not received my tuner yet from AM but I have noticed lag in throttle when I put on my CIA.. After pulling fuse 47 my car runs a lot meaner.. But when I purchased my tuner I was under the impression that I wouldn't need to keep doing this.. Smh
Should I pull fuse 47 and put it in glove box and never put it back in or what?

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I think everyone is getting confused with the terminology. If you have a manual you don't have adaptive shift, its for auto's only. However, on the 13&14's there might be some other relearn feature for the engine itself that is separate from the adaptive shift. I wouldn't put it past Ford. The 13's&14's have the rev lock so you can't do brake stands on auto's...leads me to believe they have other stuff hidden in that code as well.
+1. I have a manual and can for 100% say something is happening.

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Should I pull fuse 47 and put it in glove box and never put it back in or what?

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I wouldn't run the car without the fuse in. Just unplug it while the car is off then plug it back in before you start back up.
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Its not really plug and play. You gotta do wiring to get around it to fix the issue.

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I wouldn't run the car without the fuse in. Just unplug it while the car is off then plug it back in before you start back up.


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According to what I'm reading, EVERY 2014 3.7 auto-trans with a Bama Tune will have this problem. Is that a correct statement?


Where is American Muscle on all this? Why haven't they chimed in with a comment? Their lack of participation doesn't help the issue at all. I'm losing confidence.
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Have fun trying. I bet you $5 bucks your car doesn't rev over 2k RPM's.

Wow you were right haha.. I was excited when I saw the revs go up bit then disappointed that at 2k it just stopped I owe you 5 lol
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this goes with the 47 fuse pull thread. I called BAMA and it is a thing where the car computer makes adjustments. You can pull that fuse for 10 min. you can disconnect battery for 10 minutes. I am not sure about all tuners but the SCT has a thing where you can reset CAM this will do the same thing. ALL Tunes from all companies have this issue though
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According to what I'm reading, EVERY 2014 3.7 auto-trans with a Bama Tune will have this problem. Is that a correct statement?


Where is American Muscle on all this? Why haven't they chimed in with a comment? Their lack of participation doesn't help the issue at all. I'm losing confidence.
+1, its eerily quiet on their front with both of these threads going at the same time?!

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this goes with the 47 fuse pull thread. I called BAMA and it is a thing where the car computer makes adjustments. You can pull that fuse for 10 min. you can disconnect battery for 10 minutes. I am not sure about all tuners but the SCT has a thing where you can reset CAM this will do the same thing. ALL Tunes from all companies have this issue though
This BAD news totally sucks! I'm pretty pissed off that that we are sold these tuners and NOT being told oh yeah BTW if you want everything to stay perfect tune wise, disconnect the battery cable every few days like a ****ing moron or pull out a fuse so your **** will go back to fast like it was! Sorry but this blows! I'm not dropping a ****ing dime into other tunes nor will I continue to support bama UNTIL this is issue is resolved! Total bull****!!!!

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This BAD news totally sucks! I'm pretty pissed off that that we are sold these tuners and NOT being told oh yeah BTW if you want everything to stay perfect tune wise, disconnect the battery cable every few days like a ****ing moron or pull out a fuse so your **** will go back to fast like it was! Sorry but this blows! I'm not dropping a ****ing dime into other tunes nor will I continue to support bama UNTIL this is issue is resolved! Total bull****!!!!

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This is ****ing retarded!! Yeah sure the tuning company is great itself, but what's the point of selling a half *** cooked product for $400?!

Fast ford: can you edit the tittle of this post to something like BAMA/Steeda/MPT tunes : car relearning issues?

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My feeling is none of the tuner companies are going to enter these threads on this subject and respond. Too many angry members to contend with and they would have to stand by whatever answer they would give. It would be a "damned if you do, damned if you don't" situation, a "no win" situation. From what I've read, this pretty much squarly sits on Ford's shoulders. The tuners can only do so much if there is something in Ford's system that ultimately overrides the tuners programing. I mean, does it say on any of the tuners websites that they will override a primary system design in favor of their tune? Just curious and just my 2 cents.
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According to what I'm reading, EVERY 2014 3.7 auto-trans with a Bama Tune will have this problem. Is that a correct statement?


Where is American Muscle on all this? Why haven't they chimed in with a comment? Their lack of participation doesn't help the issue at all. I'm losing confidence.

No, you are partially correct. EVERY AUTOMATIC regardless of the tuner has the adaptive learning. It is part of the Ford programming that can't be overcome by the tuners.

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According to what I'm reading, EVERY 2014 3.7 auto-trans with a Bama Tune will have this problem. Is that a correct statement?


Where is American Muscle on all this? Why haven't they chimed in with a comment? Their lack of participation doesn't help the issue at all. I'm losing confidence.






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According to what I'm reading, EVERY 2014 3.7 auto-trans with a Bama Tune will have this problem. Is that a correct statement?


Where is American Muscle on all this? Why haven't they chimed in with a comment? Their lack of participation doesn't help the issue at all. I'm losing confidence.


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My feeling is none of the tuner companies are going to enter these threads on this subject and respond. Too many angry members to contend with and they would have to stand by whatever answer they would give. It would be a "damned if you do, damned if you don't" situation, a "no win" situation. From what I've read, this pretty much squarly sits on Ford's shoulders. The tuners can only do so much if there is something in Ford's system that ultimately overrides the tuners programing. I mean, does it say on any of the tuners websites that they will override a primary system design in favor of their tune? Just curious and just my 2 cents.
Well IMO I believe that a tune should set a car to the tunes written parameters and keep it there. I think we have agreed that the car is changing whatever parameters the tune should be. Now things like spedo correction is fine as it is always correct with my 3.73s but it's well documented that our cars computer will advance and ****** timing WITHOUT a tune to maximize HP with higher octane fuel, something mustangs of years past can not do. So IMO its very well possible that the car will not respond further than fords parameters and start to ****** timing and spark to a maximum of what, let's say the 93 octane specs would be from the factory making our tunes almost completely useless. I was just thinking about what one of the AM reps told me about my car surging after I installed the new gears along with the 93 race tune, he said it should be fine after a few miles because the idle relearn will correct it and sure enough he was right, but isn't that adjusting some part of the tune parameters? Just proof that if the car detects something that isn't OEM parameters and it will try to correct it. Then tune, when installed works fine, but it's like the car starts to correct it. Just my 2.5 ยข.

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Same here. '13 running Bama and no issues in the past nine months.

To be clear, what you guys are experience is not subtle right? Very obvious power loss??
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i just used special function on my sct sf3 tune. reset kam. i dint notice power loss really but when did i noticed some gain i think. must go away gradually as relearns ... or in my head. lol. try it and lmk what think

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Same here. '13 running Bama and no issues in the past nine months.

To be clear, what you guys are experience is not subtle right? Very obvious power loss??
My ignorance was bliss.

I didn't know I had a problem until I started reading this thread. After reading, I pulled #47 and reinstalled. The difference was like night and day. I'm running the 93 Hybrid.

NOW I know I have the problem.
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Same here. '13 running Bama and no issues in the past nine months.

To be clear, what you guys are experience is not subtle right? Very obvious power loss??
Yes it's noticable. The best way to see if your being affected is to just pull the fuse and when you plug it back in, see if you notice a difference.. Then again maybe ignorance is bliss and your better off leaving it alone lol.
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Just did a little digging on another forum and pulling #47 also resets the throttle. The manual guys popped in and are experiencing the exact same issues and said by pulling 47 resets their throttle and it made a huge difference. The said it went back to that "snappy" feeling which is exactly what I'm experiencing.

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Just did a little digging on another forum and pulling #47 also resets the throttle. The manual guys popped in and are experiencing the exact same issues and said by pulling 47 resets their throttle and it made a huge difference.

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I'm a manual and I pulled 47 for the first time today and it's sooooo much better Idk for how long though :\

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This feels like the Watergate scandal. We've uncovered a lie!!!! Lol
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I'm a manual and I pulled 47 for the first time today and it's sooooo much better Idk for how long though :\

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Does anyone know? Is it based on days, or mileage? Knowing the schedule would really help.

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Already starting to run sluggish again smh

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Will the car run without fuse 47?

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Will the car run without fuse 47?

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I'm going to test that tomorrow after work I'll post a video

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Nice, if it does mines coming out
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For the sake of discussion lets say even if the car
runs without fuse 47, I wouldn't risk doing so. That fuse is there for a reason and since our mustangs have everything controlled via a computer - you don't want to get stranded in the middle of a hwy or ruin your engine/warranty if ever something weird comes up.

As I've mentioned before, your safest bet is to use wire up the relay for 47. It opens the circuit every time you turn off your car (equivalent to taking your fuse out), and closes it when you turn the key on (just like putting your fuse back). Result: your car resets its learning thing on its own, without physically taking #47 out every few days.

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runs without fuse 47, I wouldn't risk doing so. That fuse is there for a reason and since our mustangs have everything controlled via a computer - you don't want to get stranded in the middle of a hwy or ruin your engine/warranty if ever something weird comes up.

As I've mentioned before, your safest bet is to use wire up the relay for 47. It opens the circuit every time you turn off your car (equivalent to taking your fuse out), and closes it when you turn the key on (just like putting your fuse back). Result: your car resets its learning thing on its own, without physically taking #47 out every few days.

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If you did the relay though you would need to calibrate it everyday when you turn on the car.. Like wait for the engine to warm and allow a minute of idle and turn ac on for another minute? Wonder what would happen if you had it set with a relay and didn't re-calibrate it
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If you did the relay though you would need to calibrate it everyday when you turn on the car.. Like wait for the engine to warm and allow a minute of idle and turn ac on for another minute? Wonder what would happen if you had it set with a relay and didn't re-calibrate it
Where did you read it? I just saw that post again, I couldn't find anywhere that you have calibrate it and such. Or maybe I'm missing something?

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If you did the relay though you would need to calibrate it everyday when you turn on the car.. Like wait for the engine to warm and allow a minute of idle and turn ac on for another minute? Wonder what would happen if you had it set with a relay and didn't re-calibrate it
Doing it this way will prevent the car from surging which has happened to me but it lasts only about 5 minutes if that if you drive it and don't do the relearn.

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