Small quantity relearn

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Re: Small quantity relearn

Postby freeball on Mon May 20, 2013 9:15 pm

The Snap-On Tools Australian 13.2 Diagnostic Software will do the SQL aka 'Pilot Injection Quantity Learning' using the Snap-On diagnostic platforms.

http://www.snapontools.com.au/__data/as ... verage.pdf
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Re: Small quantity relearn

Postby PeteB on Fri Mar 14, 2014 9:30 am

freeball wrote:The Snap-On Tools Australian 13.2 Diagnostic Software will do the SQL aka 'Pilot Injection Quantity Learning' using the Snap-On diagnostic platforms.

http://www.snapontools.com.au/__data/as ... verage.pdf


As will the G Scan scan tool which is very popular amongst the independent workshops.
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Re: Small quantity relearn

Postby jahendo72 on Wed Jun 25, 2014 4:25 am

had first dealer relearn at 70000ks and am getting better fuel economy than ever
seems to run smoother at low revs (idling in second ect)
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Re: Small quantity relearn

Postby RHKTriton on Thu Jun 26, 2014 1:31 pm

So ya gotta wonder;

If the ecu is occasionally doing self calibrations - then why does a MUTT session provide a noticeable difference?

Do manufacturers plant a decaying algarythim in the ecu to encourage you back for service at some stage?

Open programming gear would be solo good.
Don't let the b'strds get you down!!
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Re: Small quantity relearn

Postby bp1495 on Sat Jun 28, 2014 10:36 am

Hi all, I am currently doing a sql on my triton using a generic scan tool. It seams to be taking forever. Does anyone know how long it should take?

EDIT: Finally finished, took about 1.5 hrs
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Re: Small quantity relearn

Postby Richie60 on Sun Nov 15, 2020 4:00 pm

To have a tapper adjustment done the mech has to remove the injector fuel lines this should only be done five times then the steel injector lines must be replaced, if these leak and the mech doesn't do a leak check on the ECU then fuel maybe diluting the oil, this will obviously thin out the oil causing a knocking noise after a driving for a while. One other possibility is truck diesel of bio diesel mix with lower octane causing your diesel knock that's if you don't find anything else.
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