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Date Registered: 02-2012
Location: Cyprus
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[sign in to see URL] for me it's only one fuse! Is there a tip to understant if actually the ECU was reset?

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I need to see the cover of the fuse box under the steering wheel. Looking at fuses tells me nothing emoticon



haha....emoticonemoticon Yes i know.... but can you read Japaneeze ????? emoticon
I just took the picture to show you what i see in my interior fuse box...



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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Dimitris,

I am only guessing here as you probably can tell because there is indeed a difference between your engine type and the [sign in to see URL] one we have here in Australia, that could well one of 3 fuses that you need to perform the quick ECU re-set, not sure why the engine bay fuse covers would be in English and the internal one in [sign in to see URL]'t make sense!

You would know if the quick ECU re-set worked if the check engine light goes off or if the RPM drops to its normal level (around 900RPM) if it is sitting any higher at the moment.

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Date Registered: 02-2012
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Re: How to Reset/Reprogram your ECU - T30 Series I & II


I got it [sign in to see URL] thank you.!
It's no big matter now, since i do the "battery" trick i mine [sign in to see URL]....

I am hust joking about [sign in to see URL] couldn't have known that it was like that in the inside fuse [sign in to see URL] i also don't understant why...!!!

When i have a [sign in to see URL] start getting out every fuse to check whick is [sign in to see URL] replace...
The information there it's useless...

P.S. Reading around here, i also discovered that small tool for removing the fuses!!! WOWWWW!
I am amazed!

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Date Registered: 05-2007
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Hi Guys,

If one changes the filter and fits some performance plugs is it necessary to reset the ECU? or does it eventually re-adjust it's self over time?

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It will eventually adjust itself over time, but you can do the quick re-set to speed-up the learning process of the ECU.

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Thanks [sign in to see URL] guessed that might be the case as I did not notice any changes to the car's performance immediately after I upgrated to K & N filter and fitted Iridium Plugs, although after several days the car appeared to run smoother and a little more responsively.

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Hi 2stroke,

Most toggle switches are meant for heavier currents and higher voltages than you will find with your pedal sensors so I expect that the switch contacts are just a little worn or some oxidation has formed because the currents were not high enough to stop it.

If you get another toggle switch, making sure it is for low-level signals by having wiping contacts then you should find it will be OK again and last longer before it interferes with the signals to the ECU again.

Also, if there is a difference in the sensor impedance between the two pedals for throttle off position then that might cause some issues with the ECU on change-over which a pedal relearn should fix.

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