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Old 05-19-2015, 06:40 PM   #1
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Had a strange occurance after pulling fuse #47

I recently installed a new BAMA V2 tune in my 2014 GT automatic. Absolutely love the tune by the way. Anyhow every so often I pull the #47 fuse. Done it many times but this was the first time after the tune. Went I put the car in first or reverse in engaged very hard. Went for a ride and car would'nt shift out of 1st! Pulled into a parking lot and shut off for about 10 minutes. When I started back up it was perfect. Any idea what happened there??
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That means your computer is doing what it was intended to do: Scare you back to the dealer's service bay lol
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There's no need to be pulling that fuse.
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Old 05-19-2015, 08:48 PM   #4
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What is fuse #47


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Old 05-19-2015, 08:50 PM   #5
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Bama does not want you to pull that fuse, I know that.
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Old 05-19-2015, 09:23 PM   #6
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Fuse #47 supposedly resets the Adaptive Learning in the transmission.
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Fuse #47 supposedly resets the Adaptive Learning in the transmission.
Yes pre tune. After you tune you are not supposed to.
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Yes pre tune. After you tune you are not supposed to.
As you know many have added a relay to atomatically open the Fuse 47 circuit when engine shuts down. And these included ppl with tunes.
I wonder if it has become a problem with the newer tunes.
Or maybe that was just for the V6's.
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Well you can talk to Bama and they will tell you not to, I wonder if mpt says the same thing.
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Guess I won't pull it again. Didn't know you weren't supposed to after the tune. Thanks
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Old 05-20-2015, 07:31 AM   #11
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Do not pull any fuses... No wonder there are so many car Darwin awards out there.
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I recently installed a new BAMA V2 tune in my 2014 GT automatic. Absolutely love the tune by the way. Anyhow every so often I pull the #47 fuse. Done it many times but this was the first time after the tune. Went I put the car in first or reverse in engaged very hard. Went for a ride and car would'nt shift out of 1st! Pulled into a parking lot and shut off for about 10 minutes. When I started back up it was perfect. Any idea what happened there??
Bodon - It's not the end of the world but Bama does not suggest doing the "47 Pull" I think there's a big misconception out there that by doing so you're going to gain something - You wont! Depending on what tune you're running Bama will modify what can be learned and just how far these adjustments can go - Bama will modify what is learned and how aggressive the learned adjustments can be and at time they'll turn off the learning. But the Bama team does not suggest pulling 47.
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Old 05-20-2015, 01:35 PM   #14
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I've been pulling the 47 for four years now when I feel my automatic shifting too soft. I don't care what anyone on here says you can feel the difference immediately. Whether that changes E.T. or not I don't know.
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I've been pulling the 47 for four years now when I feel my automatic shifting too soft. I don't care what anyone on here says you can feel the difference immediately. Whether that changes E.T. or not I don't know.
Well I'm sure it does make a difference. Just not after a tune lol
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Seems to be the case.
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Well, I just sent that statement from Bama to MPT to see what's up. I'll let you all know what I find out about the fuse 47 pull and the adaptive learning system. I sure would like to hear Steeda's opinion on the subject as well. Anyone with a Steeda tune like to check in with them on the subject?
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After a tune you're not supposed to pull it. At the time I didn't know that.
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I've been pulling the 47 for four years now when I feel my automatic shifting too soft. I don't care what anyone on here says you can feel the difference immediately. Whether that changes E.T. or not I don't know.
Just to clarify, If you do not have a tune installed, then no issue. However, if you have installed a tune, they (tuners) are stating that you do not remove/install fuse 47.
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Interesting, the 13-14 3.7 also have some sort of "Torque Management" system that I hope MPT is addressing? Thanks for the post.
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Just to clarify, If you do not have a tune installed, then no issue. However, if you have installed a tune, they (tuners) are stating that you do not remove/install fuse 47.
Thanks Bucko, this really is the first I've heard of this so I'm very interested in what the tuner has to say, in this case MPT. As I mentioned, I'll let ya know
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MPT Response to adaptive shifting.

OK, here's the skinny from Ken the lead calibrator at MPT:

"All of our tunes already have this function built in. I can't/won't go into detail as to the "problem" that this 47 fuse pull is supposed to resolve, and how we have fixed it. But pulling the fuse is unnecessary on any of our tunes, and is largely just internet bench racing."

I'm good to go
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