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      11-29-2012, 02:28 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by Dackelone
^^Yup the trans adapts to your driving style. This usually takes a few hundred miles/kms. You can reset it by switching on your ignition(but do not start the engine) hold your foot on the gas pedal for 20 secs, then let off and switch off and back on teh engine. Now drive the car and it will "learn" your driving style.
Don't mean to sound harsh but that trick you mentioned Is a myth and hardly ever works. You need a scan tool to properly reset adaptation or for out cars a cobb acessport. The only thing your doing when you cycle the car like that is engaging the water pump, and on e90 models it resets the valvetronic motor position.
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