My experience is totally different - once I release the brake yet before my foot touches the go pedal - my engine is up to speed. No delay, no fears.I (do) did turn the Auto Idle Stop off about 95 percent of the time. After running some errands I forgot and came to a stop light. The light changed, the traffic cleared, and it was my time to go. It scared the hell out of me as Auto Idle Stop was engaged. With the relay board installed no worries.
I don't care for the Auto-off feature either, it bothers me most when I am first at a 4-way stop and it's my turn to go, others are waiting and the car slightly stumbles forward as it restarts! Lucky for me, I have been blessed with a pain-free right arm and fingers that can find the auto-off button without looking. And even better is there is NO extra cost involved when performing this. If I am the first car at a signal, my natural driving tendency is to be alert as to when I am going to get the green light and let off the brake as to let the car start, so I can go on time, it keeps my wits keen and being an alert driver is a good thing, in my book.I (do) did turn the Auto Idle Stop off about 95 percent of the time. After running some errands I forgot and came to a stop light. The light changed, the traffic cleared, and it was my time to go. It scared the hell out of me as Auto Idle Stop was engaged. With the relay board installed no worries.
Yeah, I was just asking, if you owned the company, it won't bother me one bit, if you perceived that as negative, I am sorry, feel free to keep posting here, they may be some people that like the idea of permanently disabling that function...Steven D, super moderator,
Just a guy who tried something that worked. I don't quite get the negative push back from some of the post but so be it. I am a retired engineer. I have the knowledge, tired something that worked and presented it. The FMR01 board had been around forever, probably made in China, and is readily available. I hope this clears things up for you.
Thus the purpose for good habits over bad habits. Pull into the garage is O.F.L.S.P.O.U.E.Until the planes lands realizing he forgot to put his landing gear down..;;;;
Thus the purpose for good habits over bad habits. Pull into the garage is O.F.L.S.P.O.U.E.
Open garage door
Fold in the side mirrors
Line up the vehicle with he laser parking indicator
Stop at the appropriate spot
Put the vehicle into Park
Off with the engine
Unbuckle the seat belt
Exit the vehicle.
Nope, someone that learned the value of doing the same thing every time during 34 years on the job. You instinctively do what you train.I sense that someone has WAAY too much time on their hands...lol