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Default Engine Acceleration in 5th gear - 12-30-2019, 07:49 AM

Hey guys wondering if someone on the forum can lead me in the right direction


so a couple days ago I was on the turnpike cruising in 5th gear, when I let go of the pedal to slow down and felt my car accel with me having my foot on the brake....I had to brake a little hard to make it stop...it was a weird feeling that happened twice and only in 5th gear over 60mph.

after that moment I decided to put the JB4 in map 0 and it didnt happen again.
So this morning I decided to drive in Map 1 again on my way to work drove it for a little while in 5th gear....went to Map 0 again and it surged right at that change in Map....went to Map 1 again and it didnt happen after that.


the only bolt on I have is a forge Short Ram and I checked all the connections and they seem to all be on solid...

just wanted to see if there's any settings on the JB4 i need to check or something else in the engine bay i need to check...

Ive been driving on MAP 1 for a couple months now with no problems until now.... any insight would be helpful

btw 2020 Veloster N is what im driving.
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Default 12-30-2019, 01:21 PM

Can you try and capture it in a log so we can compare map 0 and map 1?


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Default 12-30-2019, 02:39 PM

Did you forget to tell the guy pushing your car to stop?


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Default 12-30-2019, 06:17 PM

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Can you try and capture it in a log so we can compare map 0 and map 1?
I'll try my best to recreate it.
Today i decided to drive back on Map 0 to see if it happens ..it didnt.
The car felt like it was shifting crappy thou.
but no codes or anything of the sort.

guess we'll try again tomorrow and see what mood the car is in. Lol

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Did you forget to tell the guy pushing your car to stop?
That's what it felt like haha. ...
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Default 12-31-2019, 07:39 AM

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Can you try and capture it in a log so we can compare map 0 and map 1?
So it didn't happen today(of course) and the car seemed to run better today in Map 1, so it may have been the car being in a bad mood...

but can you guys check out this log and see if things still look OK.

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