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v3settingsreverttodefaults [2012/04/01 07:18]
twdorris
v3settingsreverttodefaults [2012/04/01 07:19]
twdorris
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 Your only solution in this case is to either (1) get a working MFI relay set up back in the car (preferred) or (2) always go into **Direct Access** and make some trivial change to a setting there and hit **Save to ECU** before you turn the ignition key off. Your only solution in this case is to either (1) get a working MFI relay set up back in the car (preferred) or (2) always go into **Direct Access** and make some trivial change to a setting there and hit **Save to ECU** before you turn the ignition key off.
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 But if that's not possible, you can always go into **Direct Access** and make some trivial change to a setting there and hit **Save to ECU** before you attempt to start the engine. ​ That will force the current **ECU Config** settings to flash so that even if the ECU resets, it will just start back up with your recent changes from flash. But if that's not possible, you can always go into **Direct Access** and make some trivial change to a setting there and hit **Save to ECU** before you attempt to start the engine. ​ That will force the current **ECU Config** settings to flash so that even if the ECU resets, it will just start back up with your recent changes from flash.
  
-Another option would be to make your ECU Config changes, turn off the ignition, wait for the MFI relay to click (6-10 seconds later) and then turn the ignition key back on and crank as normal.+Another option would be to make your **ECU Config** changes, turn off the ignition, wait for the MFI relay to click (6-10 seconds later) and then turn the ignition key back on and crank as normal.
  
 And one final work around would be to simply leave the engine running. ​ As long as you don't have to restart the engine, the settings can't get dropped. ​ When you do turn off the ignition, though, make sure to wait at least 6-10 seconds for the MFI relay to click off before attempting to start the engine. And one final work around would be to simply leave the engine running. ​ As long as you don't have to restart the engine, the settings can't get dropped. ​ When you do turn off the ignition, though, make sure to wait at least 6-10 seconds for the MFI relay to click off before attempting to start the engine.
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