: idle relearn ?



c5racr1
04-30-06, 01:31 PM
just put a ported throttle body and need to find the idle relearn procedure.

urbanski
04-30-06, 01:51 PM
you mean this?
http://www.cadillacfaq.com/faq/answers/etc.html

c5racr1
04-30-06, 03:33 PM
just tried it , Hope it works

ewill3rd
05-01-06, 06:53 AM
The computer is constantly making adjustments while you drive based on sensor data.
It might run strangely for a few mintues but the computer will learn what it needs to know in a very short time.
There is no "formal" relearn procedure.
Some modules relearn minimum sensor positions each key cycle.

trukk
05-01-06, 04:24 PM
The computer is constantly making adjustments while you drive based on sensor data.
It might run strangely for a few mintues but the computer will learn what it needs to know in a very short time.
There is no "formal" relearn procedure.
Some modules relearn minimum sensor positions each key cycle.

Bill, do I need to do any of this nonsense, with the ported throttle body you put on my car? Mine still idles up and down on occasion (750-1000). Hope I don;t ahve another vacume leak GRRR.

-Chris

ewill3rd
05-02-06, 06:51 AM
Chris, how often does it do it?
There are some things that happen normally that might affect the idle speed.
You can always try it but I see nothing published that requires an idle learn procedure. They were big back in the late 80s and early 90s on some V6 cars and if you didn't do it the cars would stall like crazy and no one knew about it but I don't know of any new cars that require a special procedure other than turning the key on and starting the engine.

Is it doing okay otherwise?
Did Random send you a new cat yet?

trukk
05-04-06, 01:38 PM
Chris, how often does it do it?
There are some things that happen normally that might affect the idle speed.
You can always try it but I see nothing published that requires an idle learn procedure. They were big back in the late 80s and early 90s on some V6 cars and if you didn't do it the cars would stall like crazy and no one knew about it but I don't know of any new cars that require a special procedure other than turning the key on and starting the engine.

Is it doing okay otherwise?
Did Random send you a new cat yet?


I'll keep an eye on it.

I need to come in at one point or another, my AC no workie.

Finally, I just shipped the CAT back to clay yesterday. He wanted a quick synopsis of the codes, and what was done to the car, so I sent you and James an e-mail on it. Please reply when you get a chance.

Thanks,

Chris

ewill3rd
05-04-06, 08:56 PM
A/C is one of my specialities... I hope it's not the expansion valve though.
It's miserable to do and it only pays like 5.5 hours.

The last one I did had a leaking line up by the condenser.
I'd much rather do that. The factory puts dye in them so it should be easy to find.

Oh and BTW... you've got mail!

trukk
05-05-06, 10:56 AM
Oh and BTW... you've got mail!

Thanks!

BTW,

You are a WCT!

-Chris

ewill3rd
05-05-06, 06:17 PM
Thanks :D
See you soon!

Lindsay Cadillac
05-05-06, 09:29 PM
Thanks!

BTW,

You are a WCT!

-ChrisWhy yes he is... Proper congratulations are in order... :band: