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Old 07-10-2015, 07:42 PM   #21
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Im telling u how to do it. Iv done it before for gear position sensor..
I know it's an old thread, but will a bad GPS cause your car not to start? My shop suggests that this could've happened to my car due to a bad GPS causing car to think the gear is not in N mode. My car primes, starter motor, and battery were installed as well. Now we've changed to a new GPS, but the car still isn't starting... wondering if it has to go through "reset" for GPS to recognize correct gear position.

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Old 07-12-2015, 12:23 PM   #22
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As said previously you will need to do the adaptations if you remove the GPS. If you have N or 0 on the display the car thinks its in neutral. If the N or 0 is flashing it may be the safety switches. Don't forget a foot on the brake.
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Old 07-12-2015, 02:02 PM   #23
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As said previously you will need to do the adaptations if you remove the GPS. If you have N or 0 on the display the car thinks its in neutral. If the N or 0 is flashing it may be the safety switches. Don't forget a foot on the brake.
I sure hope it's just the adaptations. Next up would be the pump if this wont fix..
Thanks for the info.
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Old 07-16-2015, 10:07 PM   #24
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If you've had components changed double check your electrical connections too. A couple weeks after a pump change my car went to limp mode, turned out the multi pin connector wasn't fully seated and the intermittent connection threw faults at the DME. If you have SMG I think having a laptop and GT1 / INPA is essential to finding issues and clearing codes on your own.
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Old 07-16-2015, 10:20 PM   #25
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if it wasnt said before, reset the teach in points
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Old 05-17-2016, 11:06 AM   #26
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Im telling u how to do it. Iv done it before for gear position sensor..
Hey there, I realize this is an old thread but I just got my GPS replaced along with a new compression spring (that was broken). Now when I up shift I get a slight slurr in every gear when I am pedal to the metal.

I have the Autoengenuity tool and have ran a:

- teach in clutch characteristic curve
- tech in clutch slip point
- offset longitudinal sensor reset
- reset clutch values

It has only been 1 day since I performed the resets but I still have the slurr when upshifting. Please help!!
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Old 05-17-2016, 11:27 AM   #27
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Hey there, I realize this is an old thread but I just got my GPS replaced along with a new compression spring (that was broken). Now when I up shift I get a slight slurr in every gear when I am pedal to the metal.



I have the Autoengenuity tool and have ran a:



- teach in clutch characteristic curve

- tech in clutch slip point

- offset longitudinal sensor reset

- reset clutch values



It has only been 1 day since I performed the resets but I still have the slurr when upshifting. Please help!!


Have u done an smg reset? If not here is the instructions to do so.

Drive to approx 30/40mph, stick her into neutral when the screen shows gear '0' or 'N' hold both paddles together for 3-5 secs. Stick her back in to gear and your SMG will be reset.
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Old 05-17-2016, 11:47 AM   #28
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Have u done an smg reset? If not here is the instructions to do so.

Drive to approx 30/40mph, stick her into neutral when the screen shows gear '0' or 'N' hold both paddles together for 3-5 secs. Stick her back in to gear and your SMG will be reset.
Yes, I have tried that as well. Perhaps I should drive it hard for a week and see if it adapts? I'm thinking I need to perform a full transmission adaptation ?

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