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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-12-2012 Thread Starter
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I need help again!

I have a 2006 GT that has an aftermarket procharger on it. About a month ago I was throwing lean codes so I took it in and got it tuned. Ok here is my problem, it started running bad kind of sluggish at times. So I reloaded my custom tune and it runs really good except wot. But after time it roots back to its sluggish qualities. It seems like it is forgetting its tune but I didn't think that was possible. Any ideas?

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Adaptive learning curve....just a quick guess. Does it get better if you disconnect the battery?

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I don't know haven't tried that. How long should I unplug it?
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I don't know haven't tried that. How long should I unplug it?
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Just disconnect it and let it sit while you go back inside and watch the crappy Olympic closing ceremonies...really though it will reset rather quickly. Don't have a specific time but it's minutes not hours.
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I will give it a try. If that is it can it be corrected?
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There is actually nothing wrong wit it if it is just the adaptive learning curve but it can be disabled in the tune.
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Any other suggestions incase that's not it?
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So I unplugged the battery and it did improve and but it is still so sluggish and running like Crap. I am taking it to go get tuned tomorrow. At least get it on a dyno and find out what is going on. Can I turn off the adaptive learning when I reload the custom tune or is it something that needs to be done in the tune itself?
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Have you pulled your plugs to make sure they aren't fouled or blistered? And the adaptive learning something that can not be changed with a hand held.
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I put new stock plugs in it like 2 weeks ago. I dropped it off to Premier performance today so we will see what they find. Hope its nothing to expensive and time consuming.
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I put new stock plugs in it like 2 weeks ago. I dropped it off to Premier performance today so we will see what they find. Hope its nothing to expensive and time consuming.
With a blower you don't run stock plugs. They should be one heat range colder.
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