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As per thread title. Has anyone come across this procedure and can any of you confirm that it would work. My car has slow response to throttle pedal being pressed when on idle. I.e can stall quite easily but once revs are up no problems. On idle it ticks over at around 800 so fairly OK, maybe it would be better at around 900? Is there a way to change that somehow.

main question is the procedure below, is it going to do anything and if yes will it be what it states it would do.

"to re-align the throttle potensiometer to the ECU by following this process:

■ Key on,
■ Engine out,
■ Press the accelerator pedal to the floor,
■ Hold for 10 seconds,
■ Press the pedal to the floor,
■ Turn the ignition off for one minute."

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Kamil
 
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As per thread title. Has anyone come across this procedure and can any of you confirm that it would work. My car has slow response to throttle pedal being pressed when on idle. I.e can stall quite easily but once revs are up no problems. On idle it ticks over at around 800 so fairly OK, maybe it would be better at around 900? Is there a way to change that somehow.

main question is the procedure below, is it going to do anything and if yes will it be what it states it would do.

"to re-align the throttle potensiometer to the ECU by following this process:

■ Key on,
■ Engine out,
■ Press the accelerator pedal to the floor,
■ Hold for 10 seconds,
■ Press the pedal to the floor,
■ Turn the ignition off for one minute."

Regards

Kamil
There is no changing the idle speed, its computer controlled.
 
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