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TP sensor learned value

Hey Folks,

I'm about to check the voltage of the TP sensor following Pauls recommendation of 1.13V.
I have the TP sensor harness tool and a voltmeter as well as the workshop manual.

Does anybody know how to reset the fully closed learned value without the special tool?
The manual only shows the method using the SDS tool.

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Youíve talked to paul???


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No. Up until recently his website was still accessible and his video tutorials are up on YouTube.

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Does anybody know if setting the fully closed learned value is necessary after the tp adjustment?

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Does anybody know if setting the fully closed learned value is necessary after the tp adjustment?
It's not, as it re learn's the new setting point overtime anyway.

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Does anybody know if setting the fully closed learned value is necessary after the tp adjustment?
It's not, as it re learn's the new setting point overtime anyway.

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Thanks Rob.

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