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Old 08-28-2013, 12:51 PM
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Originally Posted by PaulMys View Post
Irv, it works. I do this on occasion as I tend to drive like someone's grandma most of the time. The computer learns this, and adjusts accordingly. Hope this helps, signed: Grandma Paul. LOL!!
Originally Posted by maust1 View Post
I did it to my 4.7L and it feels like a different truck. It can't hurt to try it.
Originally Posted by 2013Sport View Post
I'll try it tonight on mine, its a little sluggish off the line.


Nothing changed. I tried (I have the push button start, don't know if it changes anything):

1. Run position
2. Depress gas pedal and let off (5 secs)
3. Off position


1. Run position
2. Depress gas pedal and left off (10 secs)
3. Off position

I drove around the block and tried the procedure a couple of different ways and nothing. It was raining all night, the truck barely chirps the tires with the traction control off. When is hemifever coming out with a tune already? lol

Originally Posted by Arth View Post
I don't know if this little cycle thing works but I doubt it. If you want any sort of reset just disconnect your battery for a few minutes. This will erase all of the stored driving habits the computer has and it will start over again.

I know that will make the truck feel very different. Nothing crazy...just different.
Well, I tried it last night and noticed nothing this morning on my drive to work.

I believe I did the procedure right but will try again tonight just to verify my results.
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