Cadillac Allante Forum Discussion, Priority Start and "Relearning" Idle in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; I use a Priority Start Device on my vehicle, This shuts down the battery when it senses a small loss ...
- 05-18-10 05:29 AM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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Priority Start and "Relearning" Idle
I use a Priority Start Device on my vehicle, This shuts down the battery when it senses a small loss of voltage. Does anyone know if this is the same as disconnecting the battery such that you should go through the sequence of the car relearning the idle? (start car and run for 15 minutes with heater off....etc). I notice my car has been running rough and was attributing it to its winter slumber... Thanks for the reply.
- 05-18-10 10:56 AM #2
Re: Priority Start and "Relearning" Idle
I am going to say "yes" to that based on the description. Also, take special note of how to run the re-learn sequence. There are several points that describe having the car in gear and foot on the break that should be followed to help relearn the idle.
Check the bible - I am in my office and don't have all the specifics nor committed to memory
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