This feature is to override the ethanol content value read from a sensor (or instead of using a sensor). It is useful in situations where an ECA (Ethanol Content Analyzer) sensor is not installed or is malfunctioning.
Enable/Disable Ethanol Content Override
Enter the Custom Code Menu (CCM). Let go once the Check Engine Light (CEL) starts blinking slowly.
(RockerCombo) RES Button located with Cruise Control Buttons
Move rocker up and down to navigate through the Custom Code Menu until you reach 5000 RPM (the Ethanol Content Override submenu).
UniRocker uses far up/down on the rocker to navigate the menu. RockerCombo uses short up/down.
Using your button configuration, press “enter” to continue into the Burbles submenu.
Once entered, the Check Engine Light (CEL) will blink 5 times showing you have entered into the Ethanol Content Override submenu.
Select the override status you want by using short or far up/down on the rocker to increase/decrease the RPM shown on the tachometer.
You have the option of enabling or disabling the override feature. 0 RPM will disable the override, 1k RPM will enable the override and take you to the submenu (to select the override value)
Using your button configuration, press “enter” to accept the override status.
If you selected to disable the override feature (0 RPM), you’re all done! The menu will close and the instrument cluster will return to normal operation. If you enabled the override feature (1K RPM), you can now configure the ethanol content override value as desired, by using short or far up/down on the rocker to increase/decrease the RPM shown on the tachometer. You can hold up/down to adjust the value more quickly
Using your button configuration, press “enter” to accept the displayed ethanol content override value setpoint.