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Old 12-23-2011, 11:04 AM   #26
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Old 12-13-2012, 02:18 AM   #27
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Has a decent solution to this ever come about? I gave it a chance but all it really does is makes me look like an ass by not allowing the car to move when the light turns.
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Old 10-24-2013, 01:35 PM   #28
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I figured out how to disable hill assist on 2011 wrx. well i used an idea from a member on iwsti when i used Google. The car has two clutch sensors, one for safety switch on clutch other for cruise control/hill assist. The top of the two sensors is for hill assist and cruise. If you can figure a way to keep pin pushed down all the time hill assist hill never activate. Now i used a closed nut and adjusted sensor up a little to make room for nut. You need a 10 and 1.25 metric nut. now i have limited stores around me so i had to use a 10 and 1.50 closed nut and put a very small hex screw inside to push pin down and screw on slightly enough to stay on..

negative side effect is if using cruise control and hit clutch your engine will rev up. well if your smart and hit the break or cancel on cruise control you will be fine.
I would guess that you could also put an switch into the wires leading to the clutch pedal switch to open/close the circuit as desired. That way you have the option of easily enabling/disabling the hill hold.


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What about putting your foot in the clutch and at the same time shifting into neutral? Will cruise control disengage?
I really doubt it because as far as I know there are no gear position sensors on the transmission, so it would not know that you had shifted into neutral and because of the disabled switch it would not know that you had depressed the clutch pedal.
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Old 10-24-2013, 03:14 PM   #29
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I really doubt it because as far as I know there are no gear position sensors on the transmission, so it would not know that you had shifted into neutral and because of the disabled switch it would not know that you had depressed the clutch pedal.
The AP has the ability to tell you what gear you are in.. So I am assuming that there is a gear position sensor somewhere.
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Old 10-24-2013, 03:41 PM   #30
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I believe the AP guesses what gear you're in based on your speed and rpms

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"Gear Position" -> Current estimated gear position as determined by the ECU. This value is estimated based on RPM and vehicle speed.

https://static.cobbtuning.com/cobbtu...ns%20Guide.pdf

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Old 10-24-2013, 04:33 PM   #31
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I believe the AP guesses what gear you're in based on your speed and rpms

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cool. thanks for the link, I learned something new today
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