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Old 05-07-2012, 09:11 AM
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Originally Posted by 123pugsy
I read somewhere that it takes 15 minutes running to "relearn".

Your idea to keep power to ECM and radio/clock is the best bet. I think resetting the clock/radio presets every time I drove the car would drive me bananas. But that's just me.
It is driving me bananas - sort of - but the cutoff switch is something that I've always used, and it's a hard habit to break - especially after you have seen a friend's car go up in smoke due to an electrical fire.


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