Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: New Zealand
This is an old thread, but Caz's question is more or less the same question that I have.
I think the EOL (End Of Line) calibration is more a case of the Selespeed 'feeling' for the gears. The sound is made as it twists the gear selector rod, then lifts the rod, twists again etc., until it engages a gear, when it records the position sensor values so that the system knows where to find the gear in the future. That's my guess of what's going on. Hopefully someone can clarify.
Meanwhile - I'm not sure whether EOL includes clutch calibration - that seems to be something different (though Alfadiag says that EOL includes clutch EV current verification). We know about adjusting the stop pin, to adjust the throw-out of the clutch, but is that the only calibration possible or is there another parameter that the system needs to know to engage the clutch smoothly?
Alfadiag includes a calibration routine to "Enable rapid PIS adjustment of the transmission curve", or something like that, which sounds exactly what is required. The instructions say to "run the routine a number of times, then switch ignition off and wait for power latch". Of course, that loses the connection to the ECU. I did this, got 'Routine complete' a number of times, then switched off, but I have no idea whether it achieved anything.
I tried a Google search and got nowhere - so, does anyone know anything about it?
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Last edited by alexGS; 26-06-10 at 04:10.