At this point, the best thing to do about it is nothing. It may have been a
one-time software glitch that will never reoccur again. Keep in mind that
everything under the hood is controlled by a series of computers and sensors
and it is not uncommon to have a random one-time event occur. If the
problem repeats itself or if you get some sort of warning lamp, then its
time to have the vehicle diagnosed and repaired.
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