I found this piece of advice concerning the resetting of the ECU of a Bravo
(by disconnecting the battery for a while):
"Once it has being reset the car will feel completley different i.e the
steering will be very light and it will have alot more acceleration. It
takes the ECU Between 200 - 400 miles to learn the way you drive the car. so
If you rag the ********
of it from the go it will except to be driven like
that all the time and will feel sluggish when you dont but if you take it
steady but every now and again "open her up" you will find the right mix for
speed and acceleration, Now people say that it will drain your fuel economy,
but i swear you will not notice, you might get 10 miles less out of a tank
until it had finished learning."
Can anyone confirm this to be true?
If so, is this the same behaviour I may expect from my '95 Fiat Tipo 1.4 ie
Bought the car recently - and if it needs to learn my behaviour, I'd like to