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DIY: PDK Transmission Factory Reset Procedure


Description

This is a process to reset PDK on your car to factory settings, as if brand new, ready to start learning from your habits. Helps to resolve nonspecific quirks as well in the PDK.

If you buy your car pre owned, or if it went into limp mode, or you just think you have some quirks in it, one way to diagnose or pd if you have issues, is to try reset the PDK itself.  
The car learns driver habits over time.  After a few years, a new owner may have different driving style, and this reset will help the new owner get car into factory condition, so it can learn new owner habits and hopefully be a better experience for the new driver.
Below pic is from Porsche, and gives 4 steps on how to reset PDK to factory mode.
Good luck.  Hope it helps someone here.
porsche_pdk_factory_reset_process_9fb3f4c51ff9285709a300183236f47ec722c29c.png
 



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