What are you trying to fix? I think maybe you did reset you adaptions but it didn't fix anything because that's not what's wrong with your truck.that didn't work, anyone in the area that would have the capability to reset the adaptive values? I really don't want to pay the dealership $150.
I don't think the adaptive values can be reset by the method he performed. I say that because a local Rover tech and shop owner reset mine for me twice, for free. I have to think he would have saved both of us the time and just told me to touch the battery leads together after being disconnected.What are you trying to fix? I think maybe you did reset you adaptions but it didn't fix anything because that's not what's wrong with your truck.
wouldnt just driving around cause it to average out the old values with the new values and arrive at the same adaptive value? I think the only benefit to resetting would be to speed up the process, or if the adaptive values are so far off after a repair that it wont runIt will fix some fuel issues and close throttle position will be learned so the idle will improve