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Old 05-02-2005, 01:49 PM   #1
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Default Cobb needs A/T ppl test a map which may help solving M/T stalling problem

Latest post by Trey from Cobb's forum hoping some A/T WRXs to try a new map which may help solving M/T stalling issues. This new map requires you to unmarry the AP first, then run an update program and test the map. Please read below or click HERE for a quote from what Trey said:
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What I'm looking for now are some 2004-2005 AUTO TRANSMISSION owners that would like to test a map for me. It will require that you unmarry the AccessPORT, run an update program and test the new map.

If you're interested, please email me directly with your year model and the base map you are using. If the testing doesn't provide you with the same level of quality driving you have now, you will of course be provided a means to revert back to those settings.

We think we're on to a good resolution, but since the problem as thus only effected MT owners we want to make sure our resolution doesn't negativelly effect our AT friends.

Thanks,
Trey @ COBB
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