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Cause Your car (like most cars) saves the milage in a small memory chip inside the instrument cluster. That chip is called an EEPROM. Like most memory units EEPROMs are subject to wear. If you rewrite the data often enough the chip will fail to save the new data or save corrupted data. This could be the case here. So, why is the "correct" (i.e. new) value ...


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No car has every attribute to be fully autonomous out of the box. Brakes: If a vehicle is equipped with dynamic stability control then software control of the brakes is possible. Dynamic stability control incorporates all the needed pieces to operate the brakes without driver input. The base software will not incorporate software brake control and will ...



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