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Another way to do the throttle re-calibration is through bi-directional test. Since I have introduced bi-directional test before, let’s just analyze the process.

The car in this case is Honda 2006, and Artimini.

Step:

Choose the correct system , which is engine system in this case.

Choose throttle position checking.

Turn engine OFF, shift to N, engage parking brake.

When you choose OK, it will show that throttle position data has been cleaned.

And the tool will guide you through ECM/PCM reset, start the engine first, check if any issue with idle speed.

After ECM/PCM is reset, run engine for 10mins in idle speed with no load, the idle speed learning will be done.

And the whole process is done.
 

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My car is BMW X5 and my tips for you is,
Your car's computer used to be in the style of your car and has been adjusted to its best. This time, after cleaning the throttle, the matching is due to the small changes in the opening and closing degree of the valve body after removing the carbon sludge on the valve body, which can affect the instability of the idle speed of the vehicle. Now the car is full of sensors! So after the throttle is cleaned, it is necessary to make computer matching again.
 
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