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rmonf24   
Sun Oct 07 2018, 07:42am
Joined: Oct 15 2017
Member No: #3300
Location: RUBENA
Good people, I have changed the valve body of my c6 Gearbox, do you know if after this operation the Gearbox has to be reprogrammed or is it adapting to my driving style?
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arconell3   
Mon Oct 08 2018, 10:41pm
Joined: Jun 28 2012
Member No: #922
Location: Kalkar
Hi, You will have to reset the gearbox memory, the ATF counter, always assuming the ATF was completely changed, all of that using Diagbox. Initialize D and R from Neutral, going P>R>N>D and back a minimum of five times, until it feels smooth. Best thing is to drive a "programming cycle" immediately afterwards, i.e. a normal driving cycle so that it gets thru all the gears, up and down, followed by a couple of kick-downs and an emergency braking to full stop. Obviously, the engine shouldn't die on you, after full stop you should be able to smoothly drive off in 1st, etc.

Regards, robert
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rmonf24   
Tue Oct 16 2018, 02:53pm
Joined: Oct 15 2017
Member No: #3300
Location: RUBENA
Confirmed that I have done the learning etc the only thing I notice is after a week that all the marches are going well but from 4 to 5 is a bit more abrupt change than in the other marches. 
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