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Old 12-24-2013, 01:59 PM
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Angry E53 4.6is help!!!!

I have a 4.6IS with the world renowned A5s440z transmission (POS) , it has the dreaded 2-1 kick when in D mode NO AC on full engine temp, I know this is a common problem, now obviously when the AC is on of the car is in sport mode then then doesn't happen. I was told under the service menu on the GT1 , I could increase the base idle speed +-100rpm DO you think I can find it? I have come to the conclusion that it is simply not on my version of the DME, can anyone confirm this.?? // or shed some light on this
1. Does anyone know on this car if that function exists?
2. Where would I find the latest DATEN tiles ( I an pretty sure I have the latest build)

thanks yall !!

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Old 12-31-2013, 06:34 AM
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I dont think you need daten files for GT1.You may want to try under "service functions>>engine" menu and see if there is an option for idle speed increase.
I just learned to live with my 4.6is 2>1 shudder.
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