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After watching the video of how to do a dynamic recalibration it brings up more issues. Like it needs to be a pretty clear day with no traffic passing you or crossing in front of you and to be able to see yellow and white lines on road. Does this mean it could be months before a calibration could be done if you live in Canada or Alaska or any state where the roads stay terrible for a few weeks before they clear off a little and then you get the next storm front come thru! What a pickle!!! Guess the Ins. co will need to pick up the tab for a car rental for a few days until the weather changes??
Sounds like you better have a roadway where you also maintain certain speeds with no stopping involved or you have to start the reprogram over. It could be a long day of recalibrating if traffic is bad! Better pick certain slow traffic times to recalibrate and who has a straight stretch of road in town where you can even do the test! Now you have to take a road trip to get to the testing grounds!! I guess all you red necks can just use some painted lines and block the truck up to get those wheels turning 45 and pretend your driving!!
Ok thank you. Harmon Solutions is the TPA for this job and informed the customer he had to take it to the dealership to have it recalibrated after the install. Does this sound right? I don't have the recalibration tool. Thanks for the information.