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Non responsive fly by wire throttle!

Is there a computer calibration method to alleviate this problem?

You can actually step down on my throttle slightly & have to wait for the engine rpms to come up. It is either on, or off with this throttle. It makes it virtually impossible to creep, when necessary in stop & go traffic. Also on wet, loose gravels, or hillside surfaces slight accelaration is equally impossible. We hate it !!

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Turn the switch on do not crank. press gas pedal down slowly,you will here a slight noise while doing this , then release pedal ,turn switch off. now crank it up . should calibrate drive by wire system.worked for me .

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