Question about 2006 AMC Eagle
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Yes. I kept my little Brothers '74 Javaline AMX after his demise in '87, after I put a 383 small block Chevy engine in, with a 700R4 overdrive automatic, and a '81 Cadillac disc brake rear with M-50's on the back, and a set of Thrush side pipes on it, every time I would even see the car I had memories of Wayne and I working on His AMX. After I put all that stuff into it, it was a BLAST to drive this "SuperCar". Memories are all I have left of my little Brother, and he will NEVER be forgotten. Because those memories keep him with me. In fact, yesterday was his birthday and makes Him 47 years old, so the family had a birthday party for him. He left us at the age of 18 on our Mothers Birthday, November 16, 1987.
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CONTINUOUS MEMORY CODES
These codes are retained in memory for 40 warm-up cycles. To clear the codes for the purposes of testing or confirming repair, perform the code reading procedure. When the fault codes begin to be displayed, de-activate the test by either disconnecting the jumper wire (meter, MIL or message center) or releasing the test button on the hand scanner. Stopping the test during code transmission will erase the Continuous Memory. Do not disconnect the negative battery cable to clear these codes; the Keep Alive memory will be cleared and a new code, 19, will be stored for loss of PCM power.
KEEP ALIVE MEMORY
The Keep Alive Memory (KAM) contains the adaptive factors used by the processor to compensate for component tolerances and wear. It should not be routinely cleared during diagnosis. If an emissions related part is replaced during repair, the KAM must be cleared. Failure to clear the KAM may cause severe driveability problems since the correction factor for the old component will be applied to the new component.
To clear the Keep Alive Memory, disconnect the negative battery cable for at least 5 minutes. After the memory is cleared and the battery reconnected, the vehicle must be driven at least 10 miles so that the processor may relearn the needed correction factors. The distance to be driven depends on the engine and vehicle, but all drives should include steady-throttle cruise on open roads. Certain driveability problems may be noted during the drive because the adaptive factors are not yet functioning
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