Ok thanks for the info. Sounds like no point doing the so called reset.If you mean hold the accelerator to the floor for 10 seconds whilst the ignition is on then it doesn’t reset anything.
It fools the car into thinking that that you have been driving like you stole it, and adapts by sharpening it’s reactions to your inputs accordingly.
If you then drive with verve then it will maintain sharp reactions. Eventually when you drive normally again it adapts back to a more normal driving style.
You can achieve a similar effect by accelerating hard from standstill or a slow roll onto a dual carriageway a few times. It prompts the car to adapt to your inputs.
Very little really, but some people like the effect it has.Ok thanks for the info. Sounds like no point doing the so called reset.
Will do. Cheers.Very little really, but some people like the effect it has.
If you decide to try it, then my suggestion would be to do it when the engine is warm, because it will shift harder, and rev higher for a while, so that’s best done when both the engine and transmission is fully up to operating temperature