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Old 09-11-2017, 07:45 PM   #1
valdaz
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Default Reset Adaptation 6R60/ZF 6HP26

Hi All,

Is it possible to reset the"Adaptation" back to Factory on the 07 upgraded XR6 (non Turbo) 6R60/ZF 6HP26 auto transmission?

If so, how! BMWs etc reset via Accelerator Depression & Trip Reset buttons etc on dash display.

One last question - Reverse Lights have stopped working! No Wiring Damage, Tweaks (no internal/external fixtures) Fuses, Bulbs etc all OK. everything is STOCK!

I have been looking everywhere for an answer in relation to this and even after a Service and Diag, NO code's etc relating to why their not working appear.

Completely at my Wit's End!!!!

Any help would be appreciated.

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