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Do you reset your ECU after alignment?

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Do you reset ECU after alignment?

Do you reset ECU after alignment?

Postby ThurzNite » Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:11 pm

I was bored and browsing through TSB's.

March 25, 2008 T -SB-0020-08
Disconnect Battery & Perform Zero Point Calibration After Wheel Alignment Adjustment
The purpose of this TSB is to provide information on when and how to perform the zero point calibration on vehicles equipped with Vehicle Stability Control (VSC). Momentarily disconnecting the battery is a necessary step for performing the zero point calibration.


Very interesting, makes sense. I've never had a car with VSC since I drive manual, so never had this issue. But it's good to know!

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