Nope - not sure how to do that so I will have to investigate further. I have MultiEcuScan registered version. Any tips with extended detail appreciated very much
simple command under adjustments if you log on to the ECU....
Depending on the motor management ECU (Bosch M1.5.5 or Bosch M7.3.1) you can also reset idle actuator etc. there
The function allows to set to zero all the motor self-adaptive parameters and to simultaneously re-calibrate the minimum actuator position.
Note: every time the actuator is replaced the ECU must learn the minimum position.
The procedure should be executed in the following order:
1) Execute this adjustment procedure
2) Turn the key OFF for about 30 seconds
3) Turn the key ON and wait about 30 seconds
4) Start the engine and drive 10 km.
If some elements such as the minimum actuator, the Lambda probe or the knock sensor are replaced, the function lets the ECU return the adjustment parameters to intial values so as to correctly manage the new component.