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Is there a fuse I can pull to reset the ecu?
Rather not erase radiostations and other settings by pulling the battery.

I remember doing this on my ep3 but don't remember the name of the fuse and if it was inside or in engine compartment.
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Pretty sure the radio stations will not be erased.
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Just jot down the sation presets and pull the battery.

Why does the ECU need resetting
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I just wanted to do it after I installed the new airbox and filter.
In my head it feels like I get a bit worse mpg but it could be the heat (up to 28*C ambient here now).
On the trip home from the country after I reset the battery I struggled to get 46mpg (6.1 l/100km) at the motorway at mostly 60mph on the meter.
Ended up giving up and popped off the eco and went alot faster for the remaining part of the journey.

Anyway, I ended up just unplugging the negative cable on the battery for about half an hour and most settings were saved indeed (Everything in i-mid settings), excluding average fuel consumption, clock and radio stations.
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