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Hi folks has anybody ever tried the TIPM hard reset procedure?

Did it resolve any issues you may have had?

If you hadn't heard or seen this procedure before then here's the how to:

Disconnect battery cables

User a zip tie to connect the battery cable terminals together and leave them for about 30 minutes. This allows the TIPM capacitors to drain.

Reconnect and switch ignition to ON engine off for 12 seconds then cycle the key.

Apparently this can resolve all sorts of electrical anomalies.

I would love to hear of this has worked for anybody.
 

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I am going to be installing a used TIPM in a few days in Hope's of getting rid of a few gremlins in my system I've been dealing with for a cpl months, so in a sense I will be doing a hard reset. I do have a question, my old unit plugs had no sign of dielectric grease, should i use dielectric on installing replacement?
 
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