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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Please find below the full and complete steps after the "Step-up Ratio Adaptation" that may help you:
Don't gradually let off.
Allow the car to decelerate naturally and you will feel the ratio changing as it slows to nearly a stop. Do not use the brakes to stop.
You will probably have to repeat this speed up and slow down procedure at least two or three times until the x is no longer displayed. Each time you will notice that you are able to go faster. Make sure to get the rpms above 4500 each time.
2. Stop the car and repeat steps 2 and 3 of the Clutch Adaptation procedure to setup hot transmission clutch values in the computer.
3. Turn off the ignition switch completely.
Now you can start the car and drive normally. Do some aggressive driving and some normal driving to give the computer a wide range of values to work with.
If your display now shows E in front of the gear selection display, or the car never "shifted" to a higher ratio during the Step-up Ratio Adaptation, you have other problems.
Posted on Nov 14, 2013
Hi. Error CCID 031 means increased emissions. You need to refer to yuor card dealer and have this ting replace. DTML - It is a little pump/sensor that measures fuel vapor emissions from fuel system. If your gas cap seal is faulty or you have any fuel system pressure leak this pump runs to maintain pressure in the system. Normally it is not supposed to run. When it runs it sets of the Check Engine light.
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
SOURCE: Mini Cooper P1689 code
P1689 - No communication between ECM & Injection Pump Module. This is why it's a hard start and the peddle isn't acting like it should. There's a problem where the (Computer) ECM, isn't making contact with the Injection Pump module. So the computer doesn't know what the pump is doing or sending. Could be a cut in the wires, corrosion, etc.. So many things it could be, fuel pressure is low.
Posted on May 26, 2010
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