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Old 06-02-2014, 10:25 AM   #1
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Fuse 47 By-Pass to Relay w/photos

I compeleted this project in about 30 minutes, including the relay assembly at my kitchen table. I've been running it for about 3 weeks and it works perfectly. If you're thinking about doing it, just go ahead and do it. It really is a simple fix.


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Don't mean to sound ignorant. But what's the point of this?
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Do some research and you won't sound so ignorant.
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Interesting. I wonder if making the ECU relearn every time you start you car is a bad thing for it.
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Don't mean to sound ignorant. But what's the point of this?

It clears the adaptive learning for the automatic transmissions and allows you to start out fresh. Some people find by doing this their car will become more responsive. They say that their car's shifting can get sluggish over time. Hope this helps answer your question.
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Interesting. I wonder if making the ECU relearn every time you start you car is a bad thing for it.

I think it's just the opposite.... the relay stops the ECU from reverting since the circuit is closed everytime you shut down. This allows the current tune to remain as-is rather than being changed back according to your driving habits.

Maybe one of the electronic wizards will chime in.


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