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 Reseting the ECU

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PostSubject: Reseting the ECU   Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:11 pm

Scoupe is designed to be driven in all areas of the world, by people of all ages and levelsof driving experience.
It is set to operate at all altitudes and weather/climate conditionsas well as diffent octane-rating gasoline.
The ecu of each car can adapt to the owners driving style depending the way the car is driven.
Even if two cars are identical but driven in completely opposite conditions
(one always stuck in traffic jam, moving with low speeds and one driven in openroads and highways with high speeds and high rpm) the performance would be different between them.

Reseting the ECU

1)Loosen the negative pole of the battery and remove the cable from it.
2)Press fully the throttle pedal for 15 seconds.
3)Wait 45 seconds more.
4)Put back the cable on the negative pole of the battery and re-tight.

Thats it! Now the Ecu is reset and ready to ''re-adjust'' to our driving style...

For performance adjustment

Drive the car in open roads for 20-30 minutes with high rpm and
throttle pedal pressed over 1/2 of the way.

For economic adjustment

Drive the car for 20-30 minutes maintaining low speeds and change
gears at low ranges (3500 rpm maximun)
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