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Resetting the PCM after Repairs are made

Here is the definitive how to guide to clear all the old bad shifting and idle habits from the defective parts you have changed out. A simple battery disconnect will clear codes but not the adaptive shift and idle strategy. Many times the vehicle will exhibit the same concern even after replacing the part due to old "Learned Value". Take a moment to watch the video and you will then finish the repair job right!




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