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Old 5th April 2014, 02:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ECUTEK Clutch/Gear Re-learn

Hello,

Is there a dummies guide somewhere of how to do a clutch relearn on MY09 car using the Ecutek cable?

I have never used the cable so far, and have been told that I need to download ECUTEK's software on my laptop first (I'm doing that now)

I would be grateful if anyone could help.

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I see you're other thread. Once you've downloaded the SW, got the usb dongle and usb cable plugged in, installed SW. Run the Sw and you can navigate around a bit and download/read the help files IIRC. When you're ready plug the cable into your OBD port and go to the TCM tool. Follow the instructions there re tranny temp etc. once all ready you click on Clutch gear Learning and it will do it's stuff for a few minutes. Let it complete and you should be all ok. If you're struggling to get started PM me an email address and I'll send the Help files in pdf.
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